Date set for the reopening of The Six Chimneys pub in Wakefield after £3m refurbishment and expansion
08 February 2024
The date has been set for the long-awaited reopening of The Six Chimneys pub in Wakefield city centre following an extensive refurbishment and expansion project, costing £3million.
The Kirkgate pub was closed five months ago for redevelopment work to take place including expanding into two adjoining properties and creating an extending beer garden.
Forty jobs have also been created.
The Six Chimneys will be managed by newly appointed pub manager Laura Mason. Laura was previously at The Scribbling Mill in Leeds.
The pub, which first opened as a Wetherspoon in November 1999, has undergone a complete refurbishment to the customer area, as well as upgrades to the bar, kitchen, toilets and staff facilities.
The Mayor of Wakefield, Coun Josie Pritchard, will officially open the pub at 9am next Tuesday, February 20 at 9am.
Pub manager Laura Mason said: “The £3 million investment highlights Wetherspoon’s commitment to the pub and its staff and customers, as well as to Wakefield itself."
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