New look for Pink Pub

BUTTERMILK is clearly the new pink at one Suffolk pub as its famous dazzling exterior has been toned down and replaced with a traditional, paler shade.

BUTTERMILK is clearly the new pink at one Suffolk pub as its famous dazzling exterior has been toned down and replaced with a traditional, paler shade.

The Wheatsheaf public house, Tattingstone, has fondly been referred to as 'the Pink Pub' by locals in the village for a number of years, but it remains to be seen if the pub will be renamed by its customers as it is now a neutral shade of buttermilk.

A refit which was paid for by Pubmaster, the pub's owners, cost in the region of £20,000 and both the landlord and regular drinkers are pleased with the pub's new image.

Landlord of the Wheatsheaf Robert Pearson said: "We have been here for over three years now and as much as we loved it before, we are absolutely delighted with the new look.


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"The pub has remained open throughout the work being done with the minimum disruption. Feedback from our customers has been great, although secretly I think one or two are disappointed we didn't keep it pink!"

Pubmaster is one of the UK's leading pub companies, operating 3,200 houses nationwide.

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