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New look for Kidderminster pub
A KIDDERMINSTER pub makeover has been unveiled after its new owners injected about £55,000 in the new look.
The Station Inn, Farfield, reopened at the end of January having been closed for 10 days while a refurbishment was carried out to improve the overall look and feel of the pub. Inside, the pub has been redecorated in a modern style with new furniture and upholstery.
The project was carried out by new licensee Trudy Thomas and owners Punch Taverns.
Ms Thomas said she was “thrilled” with the new look.
“The pub looks fantastic and completely different to before. By redecorating and adding new furniture, it has given the pub a fresher and more contemporary look.
“Log-burners have been added and the benches have been replaced with loose chairs and tables to ensure a cost atmosphere - perfect for catching up with friends. The kitchen has also been developed so we can have a stronger focus on food.
“My brother Colin Faulkner will be managing the pub and we are looking forward to seeing the end result and welcoming some old and new customers back to the Station Inn.”
Punch Taverns’ partnership development manager, Andrew Morgan, said he was confident the new look pub would go “from strength to strength”.