A Peterborough pub opens its doors to show off its new look tomorrow - but the Peterborough Telegraph, and some invited guests, got a sneak preview today.
The £150,000 refurbishment of Coopers in Copeland, South Bretton, has seen the pub closed for the past two weeks.
The sports bar has new wooden flooring and a 75-inch ultraHD television, while the main eating and drinking area has been refreshed, recarpeted and has new lighting and a whole new bar.
Stewart Hodgson, general manager of Coopers, said: “We’re really excited to have completed a total refurbishment of Coopers. While maintaining everything that made the pub great already, we’ve given it a complete refresh and made lots of additions which we hope our community will love.
“We’ve also upgraded the products on the bar by adding new cask ales and craft beers plus more whiskys and a gin section. We reopen on Friday 2 November and it’s great to be opening the doors again. We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone back to see the changes for themselves and enjoy our relaunched food menu, which continues to offer delicious meals at great value for money.”