Stonegate invests £250,000 to revamp Cheshire Cheese pub

By Fred A'Court

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Fresh cheese: the revamped site will show a range of sports including Premiership and Champions League football
Fresh cheese: the revamped site will show a range of sports including Premiership and Champions League football

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A £250,000 refurbishment has given the Cheshire Cheese near Tower Hill in London a new lease of life, with updated decor, new fittings and the latest technology for screening sports TV while rich wood furniture surroundings and mirrors retain the traditional feel of a pub.

The Stonegate-owned pub was closed while the two-floor building was freshened up and reopened yesterday (26 October).

The pub will seat 90 in total, made up of 60 covers in the upper bar and 30 downstairs.

The premises will show a range of sports including Premiership and Champions League football, cricket and golf across the pub.

Customers name top bar

Spanish football will get a first airing, featuring Real Sociedad and Real Madrid on high definition screens, following an official opening.

Customers have been invited to suggest a name for the new first-floor bar which will be unveiled at the opening.

Manager Carmel Daly Fletcher, a former BII Licensee of the Year, said: “We made a few suggestions about the name to make sure it kept a London sports theme - Double Decker, Top Level, or simply Sports Lounge - ­ but the big reveal and customer choice will be at our launch event.”

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