Rosie's nightclub will remain closed until at least next week, following an adjourned court hearing at Chester Magistrates Court today (Friday, July 8).
Police served a closure notice on the Northgate Street club yesterday under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, following 'disorder' and 'public nuisance' claims.
They initially closed the club for 48 hours but after today's hearing, the courts have now extended the temporary closure until after the next court hearing at 10am on Tuesday (July 12)
The closure notice, posted next to the main door of Rosies, says there are ‘reasonable grounds’ for believing that ‘the use of the premises has resulted or is likely to result in serious nuisance to members of the public’.
The notice, signed by Superintendent Kevin Bennett, adds: “That there has been, or is likely to be, disorder near those premises associated with the use of those premises.”