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Weekly Edition - Published 13 June 2015


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The Falstaff, on King Street, Southport, is to benefit from a major £325K investment

SHOPPERS, families, visitors and sports fans will be delighted to hear that building work has begun on a major £325K refurbishment of the Falstaff in King Street by Star Pubs and Bars and its new lessees, local pub operators, Inglenook Inns and Taverns. The pub will be closed for four weeks while building work is carried out and will re-open mid July. Up to 20 jobs will be created as a result of the refurbishment. This local landmark will benefit from a complete overhaul of the interior and exterior of the pub, designed to appeal to a huge cross section of customers; families, shoppers and people wanting to watch live sport. James Waddington, director of Inglenook Inns and Taverns said:- "When we 1st saw The Falstaff we recognised its potential. It had been under temporary management for some time and had become tired and run down. It needed inspirational investment to bring it up to date, a food offer which would have universal appeal and quality coffee. We aspire to achieve excellent customer service and pride ourselves on becoming a pivotal part of the community." Chris Jowsey, trading director of Star Pubs & Bars said:- "We're delighted that Inglenook Inns & Taverns has taken on The Falstaff. They've got an excellent reputation for customer service and a track record of turning around pubs and creating popular places to eat and drink in the North West and Midlands. Together we're investing in the pub's long-term future. With its vastly improved décor, excellent service and great quality food, cask ales, beer, cider and coffee, The Falstaff will I am sure become a much visited pub."


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