Wetherspoons is probably one of the UK's most popular pub chains with hundreds of venues up and down the country - but what are the branches in Cumbria like?

With several across the county, we're never too far from a cheap drink and a laugh with friends. 

But with each bar, there comes a different standard for cleanliness and hygiene. 

The inspections are carried out by the local authority and findings are updated on the FSA website whenever there is a new inspection.

So it is easy for you to find out the hygiene rating of your local Wetherspoons!

What do different food hygiene ratings mean?

There are six different ratings that a venue can be awarded from 0 to 5.

5 - Hygiene standards are very good

4 – Hygiene standards are good

3 – Hygiene standards are generally satisfactory

2 – Some improvement is necessary

1 – Major improvement is necessary

0 – Urgent improvement is required

Food hygiene ratings for Wetherspoons in Cumbria

  • The Chief Justice Of The Common Pleas 2-6 Bank Street Keswick – 5, last inspection March 2019
  • Furness Railway 76-80 Abbey Road Barrow-In-Furness – 5, last inspection September 2019
  • William Rufus (Lloyds No 1) 10-16 Botchergate Carlisle – 5, last inspection April 2022
  • Woodrow Wilson 48 Botchergate – 5, last inspection January 2022
  • Wetherspoons The Bransty Arch Bransty Row – 5, last inspection September 2019
  • Dog Beck 20 Southend Road Penrith – 5, last inspection November 2021
  • The Miles Thompson Shearman House Allhallows Lane – 5, last inspection May 2019
  • Henry Bessemer The Henry Bessemer New Oxford Street Workington – 5, last inspection October 2019