Little Lark is back pouring pints again

By Connie Osborne Thursday 15 May 2014 Updated: 16/05 09:05

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A LANDMARK pub has opened it doors to punters in Studley once again.

Staff at The Little Lark, on Alcester Road, hope to be pulling in the pints and customers following a refurbishment and new management.

The former printing press will now be managed by David Abott who said he decided to take over because he did not want the pub to lose its charm.

“There’s a great sense of community associated with The Lark so we have set about re-establishing it as ‘the local’ and welcoming back the loyal old patrons, and new faces alike, to build and uphold the pub’s thriving reputation.”

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