A Cramlington resident has been honoured by The Bay Horse Sizzling Pub & Grill when invited to cut the ribbon and officially reopened the new look pub last week
Bob Waugh, who’s been regularly visiting the Bay Horse for many years, was chosen to be the pub’s guest of honour for the loyal support and the great personality he brings to the popular drinking spot.
The Bay Horse reopened as a ‘Sizzling Pub and Grill’ following an extensive two-week refurbishment. After a significant investment was made at the Bay Horse, ten new jobs have been created in the local area. The pub now offers an updated menu serving great value and quality food all day, every day.
Speaking about the pub’s reopening general manager, Ron Nott, said: “We’re so pleased at how great the Bay Horse looks after it’s refurbishment, and we were so proud to have had Bob reopen the pub for us in memory of Ken.
“Bob’s been regularly coming to the Bay Horse for years, bringing with him a bubbling personality and he contributes plenty to our friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
“Bob really has been the heart and soul of the Bay Horse for years. We decided that inviting him down to cut the ribbon would be a great a way of saying thanks for helping make the Bay Horse the pub that it is!
“The Bay Horse has been given a fantastic new look and an updated menu, incorporating pub favourites from the UK and around the world. We can’t wait to welcome back our regulars and the people of Cramlington, and the surrounding area, to see what the new look Bay Horse is all about.”
Following the refurbishment, The Bay Horse will continue to look to support the local community with a calendar of fundraising initiatives throughout the year.