Leeds pub reopens doors after six-figure refurbishment

MAKEOVER: The new interior at the Gildersome Arms.
MAKEOVER: The new interior at the Gildersome Arms.
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A Leeds pub has reopened its doors to customers following a six-figure makeover.

The Gildersome Arms now features a new fresh daily carvery which includes three choices of roasted meats and pies.

It also has a revamped menu.

At least six new jobs were created as part of the refurbishment project at the pub, which is run by Greene King.

Nicola Wilson, general manager at the Gildersome Arms, said: “The Gildersome Arms has always been a popular destination for people in Morley, so we’re pleased to be able to offer an improved food and drink offering to our regulars and new customers alike.

“The investment has been a real success, with great feedback on the new carvery, and pub atmosphere. We look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”

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