Food and family fun plans for pub

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary and their children Steven and Iona, Borough Arms, Locking Roa

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary and their children Steven and Iona, Borough Arms, Locking Road, Weston. - Credit: Archant

AFTER saying ‘I do’ a couple decided to take on a new challenge and take over a popular Weston pub.

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary , Borough Arms, Locking Road, Weston.

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary , Borough Arms, Locking Road, Weston. - Credit: Archant

The new faces behind the bar, Paul and Mandy Boundary, decided they wanted to go into the pub trade and began a training course and search for the perfect place after touching down from their honeymoon last year.

Paul, a former aeronautical engineer, aged 57, and 46-year-old Mandy are now running the Borough Arms in Locking Road, and plan to start serving food at the end of this month and have arranged a charity event.

Mandy, who was a receptionist and a carer for her mother and grandmother before she got involved in bar-keeping, said: “We got married in November and decided to do something completely different.

“We both said we would like to run a pub and as soon as we came back from honeymoon we decided to start looking and make the move from Cornwall.

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary and their children Steven and Iona, Borough Arms, Locking Roa

New landlords Paul and Mandy Boundary and their children Steven and Iona, Borough Arms, Locking Road, Weston. - Credit: Archant


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“It’s a very rewarding and exciting job, making the locals happy.

“I think Weston is lovely and a very friendly town.”

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The pub’s accommodation and kitchen have been revamped by the company which owns the Borough Arms, Star Pubs & Bars.

Mandy added: “We have put some hanging baskets up outside and we will be providing food at the end of August, which we will be doing ourselves.”

A charity night, in aid of Help For Heroes, will also be held on August 25 from noon, where visitors will be entertained by a swing band from 3-5pm and get the chance to enjoy the family fun day, a barbecue and have a go at a raffle.

To donate a raffle prize contact Paul on 07449 319011.

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