How the Horse & Jockey became a real community asset

By Ed Bedington

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When the lockdown came into effect forcing pubs to shut up shop, one community operatior refused to stop looking after it’s locals.

The Morning Advertiser​’s editor Ed Bedington met up with Adam Franklin, the licensee of the Horse & Jockey in Melling, to hear about the exceptional work the Merseyside pub has done to look after the vulnerable people in its community.

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