Owner set to invest £20,000 in pub as part of upgrade

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 31 Jul 2017

A village pub in North Lincolnshire is set to undergo an upgrade as its owner plans to invest more in its facilities.

Mike Godfrey, owner of the Jolly Miller at Wrawby, is planning a £20,000 investment to upgrade the kitchens and the 50-cover restaurant.

The investment is seen as a reward for chef Richard Smith and his team for the work they have put in to making the village local lives up its nickname, 'Jollies'.

Between now and November, Richard has also planned Greek, Portuguese and Mexican food-themed nights.

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Adding to the appeal at the Miller is the opening of the seven-berth caravan at the rear of the premises for passing visitors.

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