COMMUNITY Redditch pub The Eagle is set to reopen following a £70,000 refurbishment.
The Crabbs Cross local has undergone a significant transformation to restore it to its former glory.
Owned by community pub operator Hawthorn Leisure, the pub is run by experienced publican, Becky Rowlands, who is looking forward to getting back behind the bar following the refurbishment and easing of lockdown restrictions.
The Evesham Road pub has been redecorated, new seating areas have been added along with photographs of the local area, while new TVs with surround sound will provide the best experience for enjoying sport.
The two bars will include a range of local draft beers and premium lagers, as well as a collection of gin and tonics that pair perfectly.
The exterior has been revamped and now includes new signage, plus the addition of six seating areas across the beer garden.
“Having run The Eagle for four years, I’m hugely excited to have the opportunity to take the pub to new heights following this investment and solidify its position as the beating heart of the community,” said Becky.
Hawthorn Leisure director Andy Parker said: “Since taking on The Eagle, Becky has worked very hard to make this pub a success and it’s great to have such an experienced publican at the helm.
“Hawthorn Leisure is passionate about running pubs that are more than just a place to drink, but serve as a hub for communities to come together and enjoy a fantastic experience.
“From offering great conversation at the bar, to raising thousands of pounds for charity, The Eagle under Becky’s leadership is a shining example of this.”