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s a gastro haven Ingredients are then expertly handled to


create magnificent, traditional dishes with the contemporary influences and creativity you’d expect from a team under nigel’s steer.


The investment and celebration of cheshire doesn’t end with the food.


The nag’s Head will create more than 35 full and part time jobs in the region; the redevelopment has seen large-scale spend with local business, and cEo of ribble Valley Inns (and local resident) Wayne chapman has commissioned a local artist to capture the surroundings for a unique exhibition in the restaurant.


nigel said:: “It’s a county that’s got it all… excellent produce, stunning scenery, and buildings steeped in fascinating history. These are all requirements for our vision at ribble Valley Inns – we’re about delivering the very best, premium food and drink and creating the perfect, original and relaxed environment to enjoy that in. “


at Haughton Opening Monday 9th June


Cheshire’s new premium food pub by Ribble Valley Inns and Michelin star chef Nigel Haworth.


Enjoy a fine menu inspired by the Cheshire Larder, fabulous wines, cracking cask ales, all in beautifully restored surroundings.


Long Lane, Haughton Moss,


Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9RN 01829 260265


www.nagsheadhaughton.co.uk @nagsathaughton Tarporley Talk June 2014 79


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