Farmhouse pub in Kesgrave re-opens with the help of Ipswich Town star Luke Hyam

Ipswich Town Football Club's Luke Hyam cuts the ribbon to re-open the Farmhouse at Kesgrave with hel

Ipswich Town Football Club's Luke Hyam cuts the ribbon to re-open the Farmhouse at Kesgrave with help from Donna Crimmin (L to R) Manager Stuart Arnold, the Hungry Horse mascot, Area Manager Scott Moore and Emily Cotton. Photograph Simon Parker - Credit: Archant

The Farmhouse pub in Kesgrave has launched its new look interior with the help of Ipswich Town star Luke Hyam.

The pub, in St Isodores Road, Grange Farm, had a ceremonial ribbon cut by the Blues midfielder and members of staff at the Hungry Horse pub on Monday afternoon, with the full re-opening earlier today.

Closed on November 17 for the refurbishments, the new look pub now has brand new seating and carpets, as well as re-decorated walls and a redesigned bar area.

Farmhouse manager Stuart Arnold said: “The pub was in need of a bit of a refresh and the makeover was just the job. The difference it has made is amazing, the whole place looks a lot cleaner and brighter. There is new furniture throughout to give the place a sparkle in time for Christmas.

“We managed to keep disruption to a minimum during the work and are now looking forward to showing our customers the changes. I think they will be impressed, particularly with the redesign of the back room and the levelling of the conservatory area.”


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