A pub which closed for a three month refurbishment and redecoration has announced its reopening date. 

The Adnams owned Railway Inn in Aldeburgh shared the news of the closure on social media at the start of January. 

The pub landlord said: "Good day all, just to let you know the pub will close its doors as of Sunday. Adnams will let you know when it reopens."

It came after The Lord Nelson, another Adnams pub in Southwold, also closed for a refurbishment at the start of the year.

It was hoped The Railway Inn would refurbished in time for Easter and the business has announced it will be reopening next week.

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A post on the pub's Facebook said: "Save the date... Wednesday, March 27. We're looking forward to opening our doors and welcoming you all any time from 3pm onwards. 

"We'll be open all of the Easter weekend. See you there!"

A spokesman for the business confirmed after the Easter weekend the pub will be open from Thursday to Sunday each week.