The wait goes on for two Peterborough pubs as April opening ruled out

The  Apple Cart, Cardea, Peterborough EMN-171101-171035001The  Apple Cart, Cardea, Peterborough EMN-171101-171035001
The Apple Cart, Cardea, Peterborough EMN-171101-171035001
Regulars at two Peterborough pubs won’t be enjoying a tipple - or a bite to eat - outdoors next month.

Marston’s has announced it is to reopen more than 600 of its pubs from April 12 - when lockdown restrictions will allow alfresco drinking and dining.

However, Peterborough favourites The Moorhen at West Lake Avenue, Hampton Vale, and The Apple Cart, at Bellona Drive, Cardea, will not be amongs them.

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The Rose & Crown in Market Place, Oundle, will open on that day though.

The Moorhen at Hampton Vale.The Moorhen at Hampton Vale.
The Moorhen at Hampton Vale.

Ralph Findlay, CEO of Marston’s, said: “We are delighted we can reopen many of our pubs, but we can’t wait until all our pubs can serve customers once again. The resilience of our pub managers and pub partners during this time has been admirable and we look forward to safely welcoming back guests and reuniting friends and family.”

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