Blind Tiger Inns set to invest over £75k in Chorley pub makeover

North West pub operator, Blind Tiger Inns, is taking over the lease of the Rose and Crown in Chorley.

This will be Blind Tiger’s 13th site as it undertakes a £75,000 investment with Star Pubs and Bars in a bid to make the business more comfortable and contemporary.

The Rose and Crown has a reputation for live music, cask ale and sports, and the new operators are aiming to build on this with the installation of six new HD screens and a new sound system.

The refurbishment will also upgrade the cellar, revamp the garden with new furniture and install outdoor lighting and heating to enable year-round use.

The work will be undertaken by Blind Tiger Inns’ network of contractors.

Chris Tulloch, Blind Tiger Inns’ managing director, said: “In our experience a safe comfortable environment, great entertainment and outstanding quality coupled with good value for money are key to success in community pubs. It’s a tried and tested formula for us and is delivering 30% sales growth year-on-year at our pubs.”

David Pritchard, Star Pubs and Bars regional operations director for the North West, said: “Blind Tiger Inns understand and deliver what pub-goers want. They have a great track record of growing business at the community locals they operate with us.”

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