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Black Bull Liversedge, Grand Re-opening

BLACK BULL IN LIVERSEDGE CLOSES FOR MAJOR REFURBISHMENT

Ossett Brewery’s first community pub, The Black Bull in Liversedge is temporarily closed for refurbishment and is set to re-open on Thursday 16th June. The major refurbishment work will upgrade the nearly 300 year old pub by tastefully enhancing the original features without losing its traditional charm. This traditional inn has served refreshments to both the local community and thirsty travellers for nearly three centuries. Indeed one of the original indenture certificates, dated 1781 still hangs on the wall of the pub.

The Black Bull was the first pub to be opened by Ossett Brewery back in May 2003, setting a standard that became the benchmark for all its subsequent public houses. Since then the company has successfully expanded to 25 sites around Yorkshire. The Black Bull is without doubt a traditional and welcoming pub which continues to provide customers, old and new, with a quality experience time after time, producing a consistent quality of real ale that many have tried to mimic.

Jamie Lawson Managing Director of Ossett Brewery says: “Having been the landlord there myself for almost two years, this is a pub close to my heart. The Black Bull is something I am immensely proud of. The pub has a very loyal customer base and the refurbishment will be sympathetic to the structure, whilst subtly upgrading the interior décor throughout.”

Join us for the grand re-opening on Thursday 16th June from 12noon, just in time for England V Wales Euro 2016 game.

Black Bull, 37 Halifax Road, Liversedge, WF15 6JR

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