More doors have opened..

This time it’s County Durham, Stirling, Derby and Blackburn!

Our teammates (40 of them in fact!) are settling in well at our new-build pub – the Dancing Betty – at the Dalton Park shopping complex in Murton.

And they already welcomed in the community after teaming up with Friends of the Peak to be a “walking passport” stamping station for the Peak District Boundary Walk.

The Dancing Betty is one of 19 of our pubs to open their doors and get the stamping pad at the ready for thirsty and hungry walkers along the 192 mile route.

Our pub restaurant is part of the £45m phase-two expansion of the shopping outlet.

It already features a Cineworld cinema, KFC, Prezzo, The Restaurant Group brand Frankie & Benny’s and Pizza Express.

Whilst in Scotland the Highland Gate in Stirling has opened boasting the lodge and the conference rooms, making it a fantastic training centre for our customers north of the border.

We had a double opening day for our two new lodges – the Willows in Blackburn with the Fire brand concept and the Blue Jay in Derby which is Milestone Carvery pub.

Next month will see us open the Lockkeeper in Worksop.

Good luck to all of our new teammates.

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