A BROUGHTON pub has reopened its doors after a major facelift.
The Offa’s Dyke in Broughton Hall Road has opened for business again following a £200,000 investment.
To mark the occasion there was a family fun day at the pub on Saturday, with activities including a bouncy castle and face painting.
The Offa’s Dyke, which is operated by Punch Taverns, had been closed for 10 days while new carpets, curtains and furniture were fitted.
And general manager David Fleming said that he hopes the positive feedback keeps coming.
He said: “I am really excited about the new, brighter look. And so far we have had great feedback from people coming into the pub.
“It might sound cheesy, but it really does have the wow factor.”
David added: “It is still the same pub with the same staff that our regulars have got to know – and we have four new starters who have joined the team.”
The pub is planning to hold family fun days on each Bank Holiday Monday throughout the year.
And there will be a special celebration on April 29 to celebrate the Royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.