A redeveloped pub opened its doors to the public for the first time last week.
The former Yates’s, in Broadway, has undergone a £155,000 facelift and become Sir Henry Royce.
The new look pub showed off its revamped look and fresh menu on Friday (March 20).
General manager Spencer Lloyd and his team (pictured) appeared pleased with the re-opening of the pub which is named after the Peterborough-born English engineer and co-founder of the Rolls Royce Company.
The evening began with a champagne reception before tasters were offered from the new menu.
The entertainment was then completed in the form of live music from local band ‘New Generation Crash & Burn’.
The venue is open from 8am, Monday to Saturday, and 10am on Sunday.
It will close at 11pm Sunday to Tuesday and Thursday, and 2am on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.