Town & City re-opens two pubs

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Town & City: re-opens two pubs
Town & City: re-opens two pubs
Town and City Pub Company has converted a former Hogs Head in Liverpool and a Litten Tree in Old Street, London, into two traditional style pubs....

Town and City Pub Company has converted a former Hogs Head in Liverpool and a Litten Tree in Old Street, London, into two traditional style pubs.

The William Gladstone on North John Street in Liverpool, named after the 19th Century, 4-time Prime Minister who was born in the area, opened on Thursday 3 June.

This Thursday (10 June), will see the launch of the William Blake, on Old Street in London, whose namesake was the 18th Century poet.

The pubs will offer customers best-on-the-high-street deals. Both will be showing all the World Cup action and will include, amongst other deals, a specially brewed World Cup ale, Golden Goal.

Investment in these two new pubs this month combined with the major refurbishment of Yates's in Southampton, into Yates's newest 'Iconic' design, which opened last month, totals £900,000. The group remains on course to invest a total £9m in its estate in 2010.

George Wright, marketing at Town and City Pub Company said: "These two pub openings form part of a strategy at Town and City of identifying pubs whose market and location have a strong local identity.

"With this in mind we chose to re-name the pubs to honour great historical figures from these areas, giving each pub greater flexibility to be individual and attract clientele who enjoy what a traditional pub can offer."

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