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Punch invests £360k in Lancs pub

Customers visiting the revitalised Coach & Horses pub in Freckleton, near Preston, will be stuck for choice when it comes to entertainment and dining options, following a substantial investment of over £360k from Punch.

Experienced publicans, Jamie and Beth have relaunched this great community local and are using their knowledge and expertise to offer customers the warmest of welcomes, serving up a distinctive and varied experience.

With a programme of regular live entertainment, guests can join in with quiz nights, music nights and race nights, along with live Sky Sports and BT Sport. A new seasonal menu with vegan options and daily food and drink offers is also available for customers to enjoy, along with quality cask ales and lagers and a wide range of spirits and wines.

The pub has had a complete makeover, with the interior being opened up, creating a brighter, more open atmosphere while still retaining the pub’s rustic charm. It also features a new kitchen and bar along with a bigger and better beer garden with new outdoor seating, lighting and signage.

Jamie said, “We believe that the Coach & Horses should be at the heart of Freckleton and with our knowledge and expertise we aim to deliver a unique and telling experience for our guests.”

Punch’s Managing Director, Andy Spencer, said, “The Coach & Horses is a fantastic pub and we are really pleased with the new look created through this epic investment. With Jamie and Beth at the helm we are confident that the pub will go from strength to strength creating a real hub for the community to enjoy all year round.”

Punch owns and operates 1,200 pubs across England, Scotland and Wales and has big plans to unlock phenomenal pub possibilities for entrepreneurs and communities across the UK by investing £34m in its people and pubs in the next year.