You might soon be able to enjoy a glass of wine with your art browsing at Preston’s main museum and art gallery.Advertisement
The Harris Museum and Art gallery has applied for an alcohol licence.
It wants to be able to serve booze from 10am to midnight Monday to Saturdays and from 11am to midnight on Sundays.
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A spokeswoman for Preston City Council said: “The Harris is applying for an on-site alcohol licence to complement and enhance the programme of events, café and overall visitor experience.
“As part of the Reimagining project a number of successful events have been piloted, including evening music concerts, film screenings and quiz nights and where appropriate a bar has been provided under a Temporary Event Notice.
“While the intention is to maintain business as usual, a Premises Licence will enable the Harris the flexibility to offer a bar and entertainment at appropriate events and occasions whilst maintaining the highest standards of customer care.
“Similar venues to the Harris have diversified over the years and obtaining a premises licence is all part of this process. The intention is to complement the existing city centre economy and attract more visitors into the city centre.”
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