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Thursday, 14 April 2016

Pub reopens after £350,000 refurbishment The Bold Privateer on Wrose Road, Wrose

Pub reopens after £350,000 refurbishment The Bold Privateer on Wrose Road, Wrose

Pub reopens after £350,000 refurbishment The Bold Privateer on Wrose Road, Wrose

CELEBRATION pints have been pulled at the grand re-opening of a well-known local pub following a £350,000 investment which has created ten new jobs.
Shipley MP Philip Davies, joined the team at The Bold Privateer on Wrose Road, Wrose to toast the success of the major facelift carried out by national pub operator Punch.
Built in the 1930s, The Bold Privateer was named after George, the third Earl of Cumberland, who owned Wrose village in the 16th Century.
The investment, which took five weeks to complete, has transformed the pub into a modern meeting place.
The interior has been updated with new flooring, fixtures and fittings together with soft furnishings. Externally, the pub has improved lighting, new signs together with new garden furniture, landscaping and planters.
Local couple Helen and Paul Loat have taken the helm and both know the area well and have strong experience in running pubs and clubs.
Mrs Loat said: "We could see the potential to transform the Bold Privateer into a fantastic and welcoming community pub and we’re delighted to be given the opportunity to work with Punch on this major investment.
"We want to become the first choice venue locally for sports and live music events and have a great entertainment programme lined up.”


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