Robinsons are looking to join in partnership with a new licensee for the development and investment of the Shoulder of Mutton, Chapel-en-le-Frith. We are looking to transform the pub into a hub for the community and to attract tourists alike. The investment plan will be to improve the overall look of the trading area of the Shoulder of Mutton. Having three designated areas of the snug area with log burning fire, the dining area and the drinking area. There will be approximately 98 covers inside the trading area. Outside, we plan on implementing a new external dining area, as well as putting in a brand-new children’s play area. The structure of the pub will be staying the same, however, with a brand-new overhaul of the internal trading areas. Robinsons are looking for a new licensee to share this dream of creating the new look Shoulder of Mutton. The licensee should integrate themselves into the local community and help to evolve the food offering for the newly refurbished pub.
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A Little more about us
Chapel-en-le-frith is a small town in Derbyshire, set on the edge of the Peak District. There is a small marketplace which boasts its original cobbles, the market is held here every Thursday, bringing people from all around to the village. The marketplace also contains an old market cross and the original old town stock. Chapel-en-le-Frith railway station is located 1.5km from the town centre, on the commuter line from Buxton to Manchester Piccadilly. Each year in June, Chapel-en-le Frith comes alive for the local carnival. The streets are decorated, local shopkeepers deck out their windows and a colourful procession winds its way to the Memorial Park. During July and August, you also have one of Derbyshire’s largest well dressing festivals as well as Proms in the Park, where people from all over the country come to visit this quaint village.
Shoulder Of Mutton
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