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James Watt

80-92 Cathcart Street, Greenock, PA15 1DD

This ornate building was designed as the town’s general post office by WW Robertson and the Office of Works. Built at a cost of £20,000, it first opened its doors in 1899. The premises are now named after James Watt, the inventor and mechanical engineer b

Historically, pubs have always been a focal point of any community and we aim to continue that tradition by supporting and building relationships with the local community, through employment and the provision of services and investment in the local area. We aim to provide good access for those with disabilities.
We aim to improve the quality of our food offering continually and to provide customers with information about our product range to help them to make informed decisions about their food consumption.