Image: General Manager Glenn Farrell and wife Sam with the team at the Flower Pot
The Flower Pot pub on Congleton Road in Macclesfield has reopened following a three-month long refurbishment costing £1million.
The pub was scheduled to reopen at the end of March but was forced to delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Owned by Robinsons, the pub was built by the brewery as an inter-war purpose built pub and first opened to the public in September 1939 and was the last of a group of roadside inns built by the company in the 30s in the arts and crafts style.
As well as renovations to the interior, the beer garden has new seating and tables.
General Manager, Glenn Farrell said: “The transformation of the pub is amazing, and it gives the Flower Pot a new lease of life. We’re proud that we’ve managed to maintain a great balance of the old with the new.
“The community has always been at the heart of everything we do so reopening the doors after such a long time away was a wonderful feeling. If you haven’t stopped by yet, we can’t wait to welcome you back!”