A stylish revamp

Local businesses, residents and customers raised a glass to celebrate the reopening of local pub and eatery the Woodbridge Inn. The riverside pub in Coalport was closed for refurbishment for several days in November while it underwent a full revamp, including new furnishings, décor and menu.

New general manager Oliver Parrish said, “I’m absolutely delighted with how the pub looks. We have decorated
throughout, both inside and out. Comments from local residents at our pre-opening reception were fantastic. It’s still a warm and cosy pub, but we’re just bringing its styling up to date. I’m excited to see the new chapter of the Woodbridge Inn and can’t wait for everyone to enjoy the work we’ve done.”

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