Brigg and Goole MP attends official reopening of Jolly Miller Inn at Wrawby
The official reopening of the Jolly Miller Inn at Wrawby took place over the weekend.
It was presided over by well-known businessman Mike Godfrey, of Amvale Ltd in Scunthorpe.
Having acquired the village hostelry, there has been extensive refurbishment in recent months.
Ploughing investment into a local pub bucks the national trend that is seeing many in small communities closing across the UK week by week.
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The official reopening was attended by Andrew Percy, the Brigg and Goole MP; the Town Mayor and Mayoress of Brigg, Councillor Carl Sherwood and Louise Mikkonen; Wrawby Parish Council chairman Councillor Ian Smith; and Councillor Rob Waltham, a member of the cabinet at North Lincolnshire Council.
The VIP visitors were given a guided tour of the refurbished premises which offers a fine range of meals, drinks and accommodation.
A new covered construction to the rear of the inn, with log fire, offers a spacious area to relax and have a cigarette or two, if you are a smoker.
It is of open construction and will really come into its own during the warmer months of the year.
Upstairs in the main building, tastefully furnished en suite bedrooms are on offer.
Downstairs there is a games room and a bar area, with real ale on tap.
The inn is situated alongside the main A18 through the village.