Almonds reopen historic Cheshire pub

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Cheshire-based Almond Family Pubs has reopened the Hesketh Tavern in Cheadle Hulme to reflect its 1860s heritage with enhanced key features, including its bar and carvery.

Inspired by historical London pubs, The Hesketh features worn leather, wool, and wing-back armchairs.

Almond Family Pubs director James Almond said: “(The pub) needed a ‘sparkle’ as some of the once contemporary elements had become dated, while the traditional features had only grown in charm.”

Almond Family Pubs’ other sites are the Puss in Boots, the Three Bears and the Spread Eagle in Stockport, and the Fletchers Arms in Denton, near Manchester.

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