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Lancaster City Centre pub ‘The Nags Head’ are looking for a new landlord to take over the lease as it reopens after refurbishments. The pub has received £300,000 from the owners Punch Taverns towards the refurbishments.
The pub has been closed since June for refurbishment and Lancaster Guardian have reported that “inside new furniture and fittings made of different materials and fabrics will be introduced, along with new décor and wall art, to give the pub a more contemporary and quirky feel.”
The Lancaster Guardian has also reported that the pub hopes “to create 35 new jobs” when it reopens which is a positive bonus for students looking to find part time work in the city of Lancaster to support their studies.
Andrew Stones of Punch Taverns told the Lancaster Guardian that, “previously, the pub was looking tired and the refurbishment will drastically improve the overall look and feel, with the new look pub, we are looking for a new partner to run the Nag’s Head.” He went on to say that, “we are looking for a local businessperson, ideally with previous experience in the pub industry and, more importantly, someone who can share our vision.”