An Ipswich pub that has been dearly missed by regulars looks set to open its doors once more.

At The Lattice Barn pub in Woodbridge Road, signs outside the venue state that the establishment will reopen on Saturday, May 27.

From 11am on that date, there will be a family fun day which will include face painting, entertainment, and a barbecue.

In the evening, guests can enjoy live music and two cocktails for £12.

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Then on Sunday, a "soulful" brunch will be available where punters can get a full English breakfast until 6pm.

A deal for £12 for two cocktails will carry through to Sunday, with DJs playing music in the afternoon and evening.

The Lattice Barn was built in 1910 on the site of the former Britannia Inn, which, due to a change in local parish boundaries, was initially classed as being in Rushmere St Andrew.

The barn from where it got its name disappeared early in the 20th century.