Have you ever thought about enjoying an Afternoon Tea in Prescot? If so, great choice! This town and civil parish lies in Merseyside, north-west England.
It is historically part of Lancashire, situated around 8 miles from Liverpool city centre. A train station serves the area, making it easily accessible to residents and tourists alike. Whatever your reason for visiting, be sure to stop for a nice cuppa and cake.
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The name “Prescot” likely comes from the Anglo-Saxon terms of “prēost” and “cot”, which, combined, refers to a cottage or small house owned or inhabited by a priest.
During the 16th century, the area was little more than a small settlement of around 400 people. It wasn’t until the 1800s, in fact, that it became a hub for the watch and clock making industry.
Today, Prescot Museum boasts a permanent exhibition about its association with these enterprises, which is an excellent way to start your trip.
If you get a little peckish afterwards, however, you should consider stopping in an Afternoon Tea Prescot Tearoom for the finest delicacies.