Prescot Towntrail - Part 2

Opposite the museum is the Sun Inn another Regency style building with painted stucco with two bays and Corinthian columns surrounding the central doorway. Walk down Church Street, passing the bus station on your left and cross-over the road to the Deanes House Hotel, a partially rebuilt Georgian building. In front of the hotel were two cannon barrels , from an eighteenth century man-o-war, now only their mounts remain, marking the entrance to Vicarage Place an old cobbled street which leads to the Victorian Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady Immaculate and St. Joseph's. Above the entrance to number 8 Vicarage Place is a tablet bearing the Coat of Arms of Prescot from the Old Town Hall, more of which later.