Shutters up at Burringham pub while one in Garthorpe to be auctioned
THE shutters have gone up at the Take A Gander pub in Burringham
Tenant Freddie Webber has surrendered the lease to the owners at Heineken following a two-year tenure. The owners, who bought the village local in 2004 for £1 million from local businessman Scott Slingsby, have yet to announce their future plans for the site.
Meanwhile, the Bay Horse at Garthorpe will be among 140 properties to be sold by auction at London’s Park Lane Hotel on Tuesday, March 19.
The auctioneers at Allsop have put a £100,000 reserve price for the Horse, which dates back to the early 20th century.
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Two visitors from Cambridge to the Blarney Stone in Scunthorpe last Saturday gave a demonstration of a new dance craze called Ceroc.
The dance is a cross between the Jive and the Salsa.
Blarney Stone owner Mick Dempsey was so impressed by the performance of John Neville and Brian Hardman, he is considering hosting the national Ceroc dancing championships in the summer.