Wetherspoon pub opening
A POPULAR Nailsea pub will re-open its doors next month after a �1.3million revamp.
The Glassmaker, originally The Glasshouse, is now owned by national pub chain JD Wetherspoon, which has been busy extending and completely refitting the Crown Glass Place pub.
It will re-open on April 3, creating 40 new jobs, including its manager Siobhain Sincock.
Hours of business will be from 8am-midnight Sunday to Thursday and 8am-1am Friday and Saturday, with food being served until 10pm.
The wheelchair-friendly pub will welcome children until 9pm during the week if their parents are eating and it will specialise in real ales.
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Photos, local history artwork and information boards will be displayed inside, with commissioned glass mosaic pieces and a bottle wall in the beer garden.
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