The Rose & Crown, Newport Pagnell has reopened its doors after 8 months of being closed. New pub partners Robin and Lynn have spent their first full week in the newly refurbished pub.
Located just a stone's throw from bustling high street, the Rose & Crown opened its doors to locals on 27th August, with a tempting new menu of traditional pub grub, washed down by a thirst-quenching selection of drinks, including The Wandering Brewer Project.
Recognising the pub as a popular destination for live entertainment, Lynn and Robin will continue tradition, hosting a range of events throughout the week from talented local musicians performing to game and quiz nights - there will be something for everyone.
Robin Smith, pub partner at the Rose & Crown, commented: "Having been regulars for a number of years, the Rose & Crown has become a home away from home to us. The Rose & Crown is an important part of the community in Newport Pagnell so it was key for myself and Lynn to line up ways to bring the pub back to life, including serving home-cooked, traditional pub classics for the very first time! We're looking forward to welcome our guests for our launch party on the 19th September!".
The Rose & Crown is our first Sales Share agreement site; the first of its kind for Wells & Co. This new type of agreement provides up-and-coming pub operators with the perfect blend of support and autonomy to make a success of their business.
The agreement aims to remove financial barriers to the pub industry as well as provide support for systems such as EPOS till sytems, stock taking and accounting.
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