Firstly, we would like to say a massive thank you to Duncan Shaw at the Fat Cat for taking the delivery of July’s Beer Matters at very short notice!
Punch Taverns are looking for a new manager for the Old Crown Inn on London Road.
Our Pub of the Month winners for May, the University Arms, have announced they will soon be offering a 10p per pint discount for CAMRA members on all real ales.
Two buyers are in negotiations over the Boardwalk, with suggestions that the city-centre venue could reopen as two separate licensed premises by the end of the year.
The Stone & Taps on Glossop Road is currently closed, less than six months after it opened.
The Three Tuns has been taken over by Shaun Price, initially on a three-month lease to gauge its viability. Food will be served on weekday lunchtimes.
A planning application has been made to convert the Something Special gift shop in Woodseats into a micro pub.
The Bull’s Head at Ranmoor is still being run by a temporary manager. There have been three applicants wishing to take on the tenancy, one of whom is planning a conversion into a gastropub.
Paul and Jimmy who ran the Old Grindstone in Crookes have departed the pub.
The Noah’s Ark in Crookes is currently being looked after by a relief manager following the departure of the landlord.