The Stanley Arms Pub, located in Preston City Centre, is to reopen on Tuesday 25 July following a major revamp.Advertisement
Located on Lancaster Road the grade-II listed building was closed earlier this month in order to undergo a transformation costing nearly a quarter-of-a-million pounds.
New licensee, Paul Butcher, wanted to give the pub a refurbishment whilst also maintaining a traditional country style.
The pub has been revamped from head to toe, including the cellar, bar room and function room.
The impressive new decor creates a modern feel yet provides a tradition country style pub.
Paul Butcher, who has has worked in hospitality for many years, said: “I wanted to keep the traditional features which are in-keeping with the pub’s history.
“With the new function room, we want to attract local businesses to come and have a coffee, bigger groups like graduations and family parties.
“It’s great because it’s a self contained function room as it has its own bar and toilets.”
The reopening on Tuesday 25 July will take place from 6pm until 10pm and is a ticketed event.
The pub will then be open to the public from Wednesday 26 July.
You can get tickets for the event my contacting the pub via email.
To get in touch, you can call them on 01772 252001 or visit the online website.
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