Pub suffers new blow

JUST days after its formal reopening, a Suffolk pub has been hit by a water main burst for the second time in just seven months. The Limeburners in Offton was forced to close last October after a burst main caused subsidence and a huge crack appearing in the structure.

JUST days after its formal reopening, a Suffolk pub has been hit by a water main burst for the second time in just seven months.

The Limeburners in Offton was forced to close last October after a burst main caused subsidence and a huge crack appearing in the structure.

Last night another main burst further along the road meant the pub could not operate its chip shop and visitors stayed away, however manager Mark “Parks” Parker said the pub had not suffered any damage this time and should be back to normal today.

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