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Bradford pub receives £250,000 makeover

Publicans Chris and Nick Green have celebrated their 50th birthday with £250,000 joint investment from Ei Publican Partnerships for the Stansfield Arms pub, Bradford.

The investment from has been used to transform the 15th Century pub into a modern drinking and dining venue, whilst retaining its traditional character. Works includes exterior work to install a larger outside decking area, which can now hold around 200 guests.

The interior of the pub has also been refurbished, with the installation of new kitchen and toilets, as well as a new bar and dining area where guests can enjoy a seasonal menu and a range of beverages including craft ales.

Chris Green said: “My family and I are hugely excited to have the opportunity to revitalise the Stansfield Arms and take it new heights. This pub is very much a community hub and the refurbishment will allow us to hold even more community events and attract new visitors to the area.

“Being our 50th birthday year, we can think of no better way to celebrate than with this fantastic investment. It’s great to have the ongoing support of Ei Publican Partnerships for this project and their confidence in our offer for the future.”

Matthew Bradley, Ei Publican Partnerships regional manager, added: “Chris, Nick, and their families have been a great asset to the pub and I am very happy to help celebrate their 50th birthday with this fantastic investment.

“The Green family has dedicated themselves to making this pub a success and they demonstrate how passion, drive and focus on retail excellence is the perfect recipe for making pubs thrive. I wish them the best of luck as they continue to take this pub from strength to strength.”

This latest project is part of Ei Group’s ongoing £80m a year investment into its portfolio of over 4,000 pubs.

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