Greengage pub in Bury St Edmunds reopens after refurbishment

The Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Terence Clements, at the official reopening of the Greengage pub in Bur

The Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Terence Clements, at the official reopening of the Greengage pub in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Caters Photographic. - Credit: Archant

The Greengage pub in Bury St Edmunds has welcomed its first customers following a six-figure refurbishment.

The new-look venue in Tollgate Lane, which includes a revamped bar area and improved sports viewing facilities with multiple screens and high quality sound systems, was officially reopened by the Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Terence Clements.

Additional cask ales are also now on offer at the Greenpage, which is part of Greene King’s Hungry Horse pub restaurant chain, and there is also more outside seating and lighting in an extended beer garden.

Dwayne Balfour, general manager at the Greengage, said: “We had a fantastic opening event and our Bury St Edmunds neighbours really showed their support. Our guests are at the heart of what we do, so it was great to be able to mark the reopening with the local community.

“It was a pleasure to have the Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Councillor Terence Clements, officially reopen the Greengage. He really helped kick-start the festivities and got everyone in the celebratory mood. We’ve already had great feedback on the revamped bar and we look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”