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LIVE MUSIC &

EVENTS

ABOUT

'THE VOLLY'

TRIPADVISOR REVIEWS

Good services, good prices, entertainment and free sandwiches :) Toilets could do with a refubishment right enough but for a wee local it's ok.

I went in here for a couple of drinks during a photography visit to Uphall. Nice place. Bar is open plan with some nice sofa's & fireplace for the winter. There some nice cushions as well with the pub name on them. If wish to stop of for a couple of drinks then i would recommend this place.

really good choice of beers, tasty, staff willing to give free tasters of beer, sandwiches and snacks on game days, live music a blast ...

EARLY START?
Grab a Coffee

We are open from 11:00am Monday to Sunday. As well as refreshing cold beverages we also offer tea and coffee with complimentary Walkers shortbread. 

The Volunteer weekends are bursting with entertainment from karaoke to quiz nights. We also organise live entertainment nights with local bands and singers. If you're having a party or group night out then we're the ideal place to come.

We have space to accommodate most large groups and if you ask at the bar for details of light snacks and sandwich provision.

HELLO & WELCOME
To 'The Volly'

We pride ourselves in offering our customers a relaxed environment to enjoy a varied selection of draught and bottled beers, lagers & stouts. 

'The Volly' has consistently been awarded Gold Best Bar None Awards as well as earning the Master Brewer Accreditation from Guinness. 

Being members of The Scotch Whisky Experience we have a fantastic range of whiskies and malts available including Lowland, Highland, Islay, Speyside and Island selections - something to suit every whisky connoisseur. 

Pop your head in to see what's on offer as our current Malt of the Month.

OUR HISTORY
Established c1895

Having acquired the land in 1884 the present alehouse opened in 1895 by William Paterson. Originally from Dunfermline, Paterson was a spirit merchant and a member of the local militia or, VOLUNTEERS. 

The Uphall company, 5th Corps of the 1st Battalion Linlithgowshire Volunteers, was formed in Uphall on 18th March 1872.

In March 1888 The 1st Linlithgowshire Rifle Volunteer Corps incl. 5th Corps - Uphall became the 8th Volunteer Battalion, 'The Royal Scots'.

In 1908 The Volunteer Force was substituted by the Territorial Army - and in that same year William Paterson named his pub 

"THE VOLUNTEER ARMS".

... the tartan carpet that lines the Volunteer?

Royal Stewart, the tartan of The Royal Scots Pipers.