Village pub closes
A pub which run by three sets of landlords in the past two years has closed again. The Parson Woodforde at Weston Longville, about eight miles north east of Norwich, is owned by Punch Taverns which would not say why the pub has shut.
A pub which was run by three sets of landlords in the past two years has closed again.
The Parson Woodforde at Weston Longville is owned by Punch Taverns who would not say why the pub has shut.
However, a statement from the firm said: "Our priority is to get the Parson Woodforde open for trade again as soon as possible.
'We are in the process of resolving some issues with our licensee so cannot comment further at this stage."
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New landlords took on the pub in around April last year after Arrowbank pubs, which runs the Ostrich Inn at South Creake and others, left the pub.
They had taken it on in October 2007 from previous landlords.
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