White Eagle Polish Club

The White Eagle club set in tree lined Riverway offers a very warm welcome to any visitor to Stafford. With an outstanding function room and well stocked bar, with a range of Polish beers and vodka as well as British drinks, the White Eagle is a great place for all occasions. The club is also the home of the Staffordshire county-league darts team.
White Eagle Polish Club
Riverway
Stafford
Staffordshire
ST16 3TH

Tel: 01785 242 327

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Opening Hours
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Did You Know?
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