Five jobs with £250K Cowling pub revamp

Keighley News: An artists’ impression of how the refurbished Bay Horse pub in Cowling will look following a £250,000 upgrade An artists’ impression of how the refurbished Bay Horse pub in Cowling will look following a £250,000 upgrade

Five jobs are to be created at a village pub undergoing a £250,000 upgrade by its new tenants.

The Punch Taverns-owned Bay Horse in Keighley Road, Cowling, is closed for five weeks while the work is carried out.

It has been taken on by new leaseholder Pickles Pubs, which operates six Yorkshire hostelries, and which is investing in new decor and facilities.

Managing director, Neil Pickles, said: “There will be major work conducted throughout in a traditional style to create a cosy and homely feel.

“The plans look fantastic. We want to take it back to the good old days and restore it to its former glory for the local community to enjoy. I look forward to seeing the end result.”

Punch Taverns’ partnership development manager, Ian Lester, said: “It’s great Punch can invest in its properties, and we essentially want to reposition the Bay Horse as one of the leading pubs.”

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