A COUNTRY pub in Willaston is to get a facelift this summer.
Pollards Inn on Village Square will get a ‘loving refurbishment’ which includes a new menu and a suite of luxury bedrooms.
The pub closed on Monday and will re-open on Thursday, July 12, with an official launch party where children’s hospice Claire House will be presented with a cheque for £8,300, raised at a recent charity dinner held at the venue.
Owner Jamie Kimpton said: “We’re excited to be returning Pollards to its rightful place as the true heart and soul of the village and surrounding area.
“Our exciting new menu will be unveiled by our head chef Ged Smith alongside the legendary chef, Paul Askew of London Carriage Works in Liverpool.”
He added: “The re-launch marks the start of a new era for Pollards and we’re looking forward to greeting familiar faces as well as to welcoming new customers from the wider local area.”