The Lord Nelson Greene King pub reopened on Thursday 15 August following a six-figure refurbishment, creating 12 new jobs.
As part of the investment, the Lord Nelson Greene King, on Charlton road, has undergone a total refurbishment, including the introduction of a lighter colour scheme which incorporates tiled walls, signature pieces of furniture and fresh, contemporary flooring.
The bar has also been completely refurbished, with the introduction of a wider selection of local and national ales, plus world beers. Guests can also enjoy and an updated beer garden, which includes new lighting and extensive seating.
The pub team is led by Wantage local and general manager, Barrie Grant, his partner, Pamela Grant, and son, Ross Grant.
Barrie said: “The Lord Nelson is at the heart of the Wantage community, so we are excited to be able to offer a place where locals can enjoy a drink or meal in enhanced surroundings.
“I grew up in Wantage, so it’s great to return to my roots, especially with my family in tow.
“The opening was a real success, with great feedback from guests on the delicious menu and fantastic interior. We look forward to welcoming more guests in the coming weeks!”
Guests can enjoy two meals for £10.49 all day Monday-Saturday, including favourites such as Beef and Ale Pie, Lasagne and Hunter’s Chicken. A delicious all-day roast is also available on Sundays, served with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, mash potato, stuffing, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. The Lord Nelson also offers a wide selection of drink deals, such as two bottles of beer for £6 and refreshing cocktails from £4.99.
Recruitment at the Lord Nelson is still open. To apply for a job, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Lord Nelson, 78 Charlton Road, Wantage, OX12 8HL
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"I grew up in Wantage, so its great to return to my roots, especially with my family in tow."
Barrie, general manager
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