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Posted: 26 November 2013
A Bromley pub the Bricklayers Arms, Masons Hill, has benefited from a £60,000 refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame just in time for Christmas.
A vibrant community local, known affectionately by regulars as ‘The Bricks’, the pub has been completely refurbished. The interior has been redecorated in a palette of warm natural tones to give it a contemporary, sophisticated feel, while maintaining the classic features ofthis early 20th century building.
The pub was officially re-opened November 18th by Shepherd Neame chief executive Jonathan Neame, and a cheque for £200 was presented to The Scouts’ Bromley Network (for 18-25 year olds).
Says manager Elaine Lloyd, who has been at the pub since January: “What a transformation! The pub now boasts a beautiful modern interior providing a stylish, comfortable setting for all our customers. We’re looking forward to welcoming Christmas parties to celebrate in style with our festive menu.”
Bookings are now being taken for the pub’s Christmas menu which offers a traditional two or three-course meal with all the trimmings. Available from 1 December to 14 January 2014 (excluding Christmas week), booking forms are available from the pub or to download here.
Shepherd Neame retail director Nigel Bunting says, “Situated just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre, the Bricklayers Arms is a large split-level, characterful pub offering great food in an attractive environment.”
For more information don't hesitiate to get in touch, either at their website or by phone (020 8460 4552).