A petition has been launched by residents in Werrington to save The Ploughman pub.
The pub faces an unsure future as Landlord Andy Simmonds faces a courtroom date with the pub’s house owners over an unpaid service cost of £72,000. He can be pursuing a number of countersuits.
Andy has stated just lately that he fears that the pub’s day are numbered.
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Concerned residents have now thrown their weight behind Andy, stressing the worth of the pub to the local people.
The petition, which was began by Mandy Kennedy, reads: “The pub is an enormous group hub; making the local people and everybody who visits really feel as welcome as mates and nobody is a stranger.
“The beer festivals raises some huge cash for charities together with different occasions. Live music can be supported giving native bands an opportunity to carry out.
“I simply need to combat to maintain a superb landlord and a very good local people pub open.
“I would like Melbourne Holdings to know what an enormous mistake it could be to our group if they don’t let the pub and the owner keep.
“The Ploughman is our native. Andy Simmons has fought over time to maintain it open and in addition raised plenty of cash for various charities.
“Bringing the group collectively means every thing to him.”
Andy has additionally raised numerous considerations in regards to the state of Werrington Centre, which he claims has been left to rot by house owners Tesco and Melbourne Holdings.