Drinkers up in arms over plans to close 200-year-old pub



DRINKERS are said to be up in arms over proposals to close one of Barrow's two locals, the 200-year-old Royal Oak.
The owners at Enterprise Inns want to sell the lease to the Co-op to redevelop the site as a new convenience store.
The plan has yet to be given approval by North Lincolnshire Council, and villagers are pointing out that Barrow already has a Costcutter store.
Independent traders fear is will harm their businesses.
The Oak at present is run by mother and daughter Jacquie and Caroline Hayward.
No food is served but the bars are open from 3pm, Monday to Friday and from noon on... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 25
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