New licensees at Bridge Inn

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Bridge Inn October 2011

We are pleased to report that this week saw new licensees take over at the Bridge Inn.

They were off to a busy start on Wednesday. As our report on the Charity Shop's AGM, held at the pub, said:

"Thanks to the new tenants of the Bridge Inn, Gary and Vicky, for the use of the conservatory and the biscuits provided with the tea and coffee — certainly an interesting first day for them."

A regular at the Bridge has contacted us to say: "Pay a visit to the Bridge. The new landlord and his wife are just what we wanted. Friendly greeting , great sense of humour and a terrific pint."

We are told Gary is from the North East and Vicky from Shrewsbury.

We are sure all will wish them the very best in Audlem.

 

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