Delight for villagers as Jolly Miller pub reopens in Wrawby - offering meals and drinks
The Jolly Miller pub in Wrawby has reopened.
This is contrary to the the terrible trend in many towns and villages where hostelries have been closing at an alarming rate.
The Jolly Miller - alongside the A18 - has undergone extensive refurbishment.
The hostelry had been closed since September 2011 and its future looked in doubt after the owners at Enterprise Inns put the site up for sale.
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Then local businessman Mike Godfrey bought the freehold for an undisclosed sum and decided to plough more cash into refurbishing the historic village local.
Mike, the managing director of the Scunthorpe-based specialist transport company Amvale, says are offering food and drink at competitive prices from noon until late - seven days a week.
It is a free-trade outlet.
Wrawby has another pub - the Black Horse - renowned for its carvery meals and also situated alongside the main road through the village.
PICTURES COURTESY OF KEN HARRISON, WRAWBY