Reopening date for popular pub set after six-figure renewal

A reopening date has been confirmed for a popular community pub in Peterborough. The Lime Tree, on Paston Lane, recently closed for a six-figure renovation by Craft Union.

The location was put on the market at the end of last year and is described as ‘the place to be for entertainment’. It has now been taken over under new management and has become an established favorite in the city centre.




The pub is closed while renovations take place, but will reopen its doors to customers on May 2. To mark the occasion, a grand launch party will also take place on May 10, 11 and 12.

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The interior of the pub has undergone a complete revamp, with new seating, a brand new color scheme and new flooring. Two new pool tables and three new dart boards have also been added for guests to enjoy.

Other improvements have been made to the garden, which was previously unusable. It now consists of a completely renovated terrace, new seating and a brand new HD television screen.

Marie and David Mitchell, operators of The Lime Tree, said: “We can’t wait to welcome our locals back to the new-look pub. We were so excited to start using this venue last summer, and following the investment it comes now back even better than we could have imagined.