Pub opens in Rooksbridge after nine year closure

RESIDENTS in Rooksbridge who suffered almost a decade without a pub can now enjoy a drink in their own village. The Wellington Arms will open tomorrow (Fri) after nine years of locked doors.

RESIDENTS in Rooksbridge who suffered almost a decade without a pub can now enjoy a drink in their own village.

The Wellington Arms will open tomorrow (Fri) after nine years of locked doors.

Last orders were called at the pub when the previous landlords became ill. After a lengthy closure, the landlords died and the pub was left to relatives who put it up for sale in November.

For more on this story see this weeks Weston & Somerset Mercury.


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