The opening of the new £800,000 Ashby Market on Broadway has triggered a new line of business at the nearby Mill Road Club in Modder Street. For chef-in-residence Alaine Johnson is serving up all-day breakfasts every Thursday from 9.30am. At a fiver a time, including a cup of tea or coffee, Alaine and her team reckon it’s the best-value meal in the area. Also, bosses at Mill Road have again ensured pensioner members are well looked after this Christmas. Beer has been slashed by 20p a pint.
The freehold of a popular Scunthorpe High Street pub has been put up for sale for the knock-down price of £200,000. The decision to sell the Penny Bank comes six years after Blackpool-based firm Amber Taverns bought the business. At the time, Amber was reported to have paid £240,000 to rivals Enterprise Inns for the building. Company bosses were this week keen to stress the business, with manager Sharon Thomas in charge, would continue to trade as normal until the sale was completed.
Drinkers in a North Lincolnshire village are set to be left with just one local after demolition work started on its other pub. A project to demolish the historic Railway Inn at Barnetby is now under way after owner Lewis Dillon was given the go ahead to knock the building down to make way for new housing. It will leave the Whistle and Flute as the only pub in the village.
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