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The Albion to reopen following an extensive refurbishment

Popular Penarth pub The Albion is set to reopen this Thursday (26th October) following an extensive refurbishment by owners SA Brain and Co.

 

The Albion, on the corner of Salop Street and Glebe Street, has been given a fresh new look both internally and externally following a significant investment by Brains.

 

Out are the floral carpets, worn furniture and limited drinks choice and in comes a brand new bar and seating area that mixes modern design with the traditional feel of the much-loved pub.

 

There is also a new drinks menu offering a wide range of Brains and guest products and bar meals and Sunday lunch will also be served.

 

The Albion has a long-standing reputation for live music in Penarth and this is set to continue with acts booked for the opening night and forthcoming weeks.

 

Brains Business Development Manager Rob Cobb commented: “I am really happy to see the Albion project coming to fruition, the pub has a long history serving the community in Penarth and the significant investment we have made will see that this continues for many years to come.

 

“Our tenant partner, Mark Pearson, has worked alongside us to make The Albion the top place to go and socialise in Penarth and we are sure customers old and new will be delighted with what they find when the doors open on Thursday.”

 

The refurbishment is the latest project carried out by Design Management Partnership (DMP) for Brains following investment in pubs across Cardiff including The Victoria Park in Canton and The Fox and Hounds in Whitchurch over the last 12 months.

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