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The Lord Combermere's pub lease is currently advertised on the property website Rightmove.co.uk

Audlem Online would like to reproduce the whole advertisement, particularly with so many people in the village keen to see this popular pub in safe hands, but copyright considerations prevent that. As regular readers will know, Steve and Helen Nash left the Combermere last week to take up their new business, the Horse & Jockey at Grindley Brook, near Whitchurch.

The details on Rightmove do specify that there are seven years to run on the lease with Enterprise Inns and give details of the rent, drinks tie, recent turnover, opening times and much other information. This business was viewed by Helen Russell who would be delighted to discuss further details and can be contacted on 07968 376590.

To make viewing appointments on what appears to be a successful business in a very attractive village — as all local people will know — or to obtain more details, please contact Guy Simmonds, National Licensed Property Agents on 01332 865112

 

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