JD Wetherspoon to open 13 new sites

By John Harrington

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JD Wetherspoon to open 13 new sites
JD Wetherspoon, the managed pub operator, has revealed details of 13 sites it plans to open in the first three months of this year.

The company, which plans to open 50 pubs this year, has earmarked eight sites for opening this month.

This includes five on 17 January: the Man in the Wall, West Borough, Dorset; the Willow Tree in Stowmarket, Suffolk; the William Tyler in Yardley, West Midlands; the Court of Requests in Oldbury, West Midlands; and the Butler’s Bell in Stafford.

Two are set to open on 20 January: the Carrick Stone in Cumbernauld, Glasgow, and the Bull's Head in Walkden, Greater Manchester. The Castle Hotel in Ruthin, Clwyd, opens on 31 January.

Openings next month include the Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren in Stapleford, Nottinghamshire (7 February); the David MacBeth Moir, Musselburgh, Midlothian (14 February); and the Company of Weavers in Witney, Oxfordshire (21 February).

Two pubs are earmarked for opening on 27 March: the Queens Hotel in Maltby, South Yorkshire, and the Watchman in New Malden, Surrey

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