Clive revived

A pub near Ludlow is set to undergo an exciting refurbishment that will help cement its identity as part of one of the country’s most highly acclaimed outlets.

The Clive Arms, part of the Ludlow Kitchen family, will sport a new layout that consists of a restaurant, bar, snug and private space, creating a better flow and a more sociable ambience. The newly created rear garden and existing courtyard will create more outside space for dining and socialising, both of which will have heating and lighting to provide year-round outdoor seating.

MD Jon Edwards explains, “We’ve spoken about the need to update the Clive Arms for some time to make it relevant to today’s diner, so we are really excited to be getting this project finally underway. We also want to continue to develop the strong working relationship we have with our own farm and walled garden, as well as other local suppliers, to offer delicious, uncomplicated, local and seasonal food.”

The new Clive Arms is anticipated to reopen in mid-April, following which there will be a programme of events to support its relaunch.


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