A long-awaited gin bar has unveiled its restored frontage in Friargate.Advertisement
Plau bar – close to Roper Hall – has been the subject of a major restoration project.
Now owned by Jeremy Rowlanda and Rebecca Scott there has been work ongoing for more than a year to get the inside and outside ready for opening.
Repainted and with a new sign its the latest change in Friargate.
With space for up to 50 drinkers the craft gin bar was formerly the Plough Inn and is thought to be at least 250 years old.
Many interesting artefacts have been discovered during the works in the building, including a very old well.
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No opening date has been set for the bar, a previous opening date was rumoured as September this year.
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