In pictures: New look for The Woodspring as carvery house is unveiled
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A carvery house has opened in Worle, after its owners spotted a gap in the market.
Father and son team Paul and Frank Sprackman run four pubs together, including The Woodspring, in High Street, which they have just taken over.
It has been converted into a carvery house and traditional pub.
Manager Martyn Gavin said: “They decided the area was missing a delicious home-roast carvery and noticed most of the community were travelling further afield.”
The Woodspring was formerly an open-plan pub, but it has been redecorated and divided into two sections.
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One side is used for the carvery, and the other as a traditional tap bar to have a drink in.
The meat is all locally-sourced, and the chefs are also using fresh vegetables.
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Mr Gavin said: “The Woodspring includes the tap bar, which is bringing the traditional feel back to Worle.
“And the decor has been designed tastefully, in the hope it will give Worle High Street a breath of fresh air.”
Frank added: “It comes with great pride to be giving back to the town what it deserves – a delicious home-roast carvery house and traditional pub.”