Bravo Inns opens 30th pub in the North West and secures three more sites

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

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Bravo Inns, the Warrington-based pub operator led by Ken Buckley and backed by Albion Ventures, has opened its 30th site in the North West and secured a further three sites.

The group opened the Albion (named in honour of its backers) in Clayton-Le-Moors, near Accrington, two weeks ago, and Buckley told M&C Report that the site, which was acquired out of administration, was already trading “extremely well”.
The group has already secured a three further sites that will open later this year, including the Seven Stars in Chorley, which will open next month.
Buckley said: “In terms of securing sites, it has very much been a case of ‘waiting for a bus’, we have been working on a number of deals and then a number have all fallen into place at roughly the same time.”
The group plans to secure at least seven pubs in total this year.
Bravo Inns specialises in buying freehold pubs, predominantly wet-led community locals, in the north west and reviving them by investing heavily.

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