Monday, 7 December 2009

Jolly Anglers pub update -- covenant and licence

For those of you who are not part of the Facebook group to reopen the Jolly Anglers pub here is a copy of the latest update:

Hello all,

Just a quick note to update you on the campaign's progress in recent months. Following on from pressure from us, and negotiations, the new owners have informed us that Enterprise Inns have removed the covenant from the deeds of the property. This means that the building can now be reopened as a pub without fear of legal action for breaching the covenant.

The most recent development -- as anyone who has walked passed the pub will have seen -- is that the new owners have applied for a new premises licence. The campaign will be writing a letter in support of this application. If this is granted the only thing stopping the pub from reopening is having a person or brewery to run it. And as we have seen in the papers recently there is definitely interest out there in taking this on. So with a bit of luck and a fair wind the Jolly Anglers may be open by February.

Well done to everyone for all of your hard work so far. We will keep you posted of future developments and of when action is needed.

Best wishes
Rob White

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