The Slow and Easy near Northwich has reopened following a £400k investment.
The Northwich pub, dates back to the 1700s, and has been lovingly restored to its very best by Punch Pubs & Co
The venue has undergone a full interior redesign, with new life breathed into its wrap-around bar and restaurant area.
Bosses say The Slow and Easy now features something for everyone to enjoy – cosy corners, proper pub games and plenty of space to bring the family together for a Sunday roast.
They say the pub’s renovation reflects its traditional charm and relaxed ambience.
Management partner Jeanette Brown will be familiar to some guests, as she has over a decade’s experience managing pubs locally and is well-known in the area.
She’s excited that the new-look Slow and Easy will be the perfect pub for all, and plans on wasting no time in firmly instilling it within the heart of the community.
Jeanette said: “I cannot wait to welcome guests back into the Slow and Easy, it’s an amazing pub, and I’m proud to be able to offer such an invaluable local hub to everyone.
“The refurbishment is stunning, and we’ve already got plenty of events planned to provide fun for all the family.
“We can’t wait to open the doors and for our guests to enjoy their new-look pub.”
Punch’s senior operations manager Sarah Edmunds said: “We’re so proud to be reopening the Slow and Easy, it’s a magnificent pub that has received a significant investment to ensure it meets all its potential.
“Our new Management Partner Jeanette brings with her a wealth of pub expertise, local knowledge and the perfect outlook to ensure it appeals to everyone and we’re confident she will create a fantastic place for people to come together and enjoy such a magnificent pub.”
Punch Pubs & Co is an independent pub company with around 1,300 pubs across the UK.
It was recognised as the best leased and tenanted pub company in 2020 and 2022 at the Publican Awards.
The firm offers an award-winning training programme, delivered out of a brand-new training academy and has invested in excess of £90 million into its pub estate since 2019.