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The village has three pubs, one school and a garden centre. Childer Thornton is exactly half way in distance between Birkenhead and Chester and one of the pubs is named 'The Halfway House', which was a stage coach stop between Chester and New Ferry in the 1770s. Childer Thornton's other pubs are 'The Burleydam' and 'The White Lion'.
Childer Thornton is in the Anglican parish of Hooton, with an attractive parish church made of local sandstone, situated just outside the village itself. It was built between 1858 and 1862, at a cost of £5,000.
There is currently no railway station in Childer Thornton but there are frequent bus services:
|1||Liverpool||Chester||Chester Zoo||Every 15 mins||First|
|2||Liverpool||Chester||Hope Farm||Every 10 mins||Arriva/First|
|811/817||Leasowe||Broughton||Birkenhead||Every 1 Hour||Cumfybus|
|359||Neston (Raby Park Road)||Ellesmere Port||Willaston (a.m.)/Ledsham Road (p.m.)||1 a.m. journey and 1 p.m. journey||Helms of Eastham|
|272||Arrowe Park||Ellesmere Port||Willaston||Hourly||Eazibus / Helms of Eastham|
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