Crowthorne pub to close for refurbishment after six-figure investment

A Berkshire pub has temporarily closed down to undergo a refurbishment project. The Prince, found on Crowthorne High Street, will remain closed for around six weeks to allow work to be completed.

The Prince is owned by Greene King and was deemed to need renovation work. The closure will allow for renovations to take place to both the interior and exterior of the pub.

The pub’s owners have said that the renovations come as a result of a six-figure investment. The pub is expected to reopen to customers on June 23.

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The exact details as to what work will be carried out remains unclear at this time. However, the pub’s website says they look forward to welcoming customers back to see the “fresh look.”

A statement issued by a Greene King spokesperson says: “We’re reaching out to let you know that the Prince Greene King pub on High St, Crowthorne has temporarily closed its doors to undertake a six-figure investment. The pub will reopen its doors in late June, following some major renovations to the pub both internally and externally.


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