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HOLLYOAKS STAR ROB NORBURY THROWS OPEN THE DOORS OF HIS UPPERMILL BAR & EATERY


Former Hollyoaks actor, Rob Norbury, celebrated a successful 6


months of trading in Uppermill on 23rd November with a party full of welcoming winter warming delights.


The event was held to welcome the festive period, showcase menu canapés and signature cocktails to regular customers, local residents, the media and celebrities who danced the night away with music provided by Coronation Street’s Craig Gazey.


Having put his acting career on hold, Saddleworth born Rob has turned his hand to the hospitality industry and acquired the former Indian restaurant site on the High Street. Following a major refurbishment, Muse Bar and Eatery has been welcomed in Uppermill and receiving rave reviews whilst building up a loyal client base.


Speaking of his new venture, Rob said: “The idea for Muse was to bring the city centre to the suburbs and I’m pleased to say the concept has been welcomed by local residents and visitors. Myself and the team would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers over the last six months and we look forward to some exciting new prospects for the bar and restaurant in 2017.”


Muse is open 7 days a week from 11.30am until late serving lunches, dinner and a large selection of exciting cocktails. Dishes from around the world including halloumi curry, lobster tacos and Philadelphia cheese steak are a treat for the tastebuds and can be washed down with beers originating from Manchester to Kenya or your choice from a wide and varied wine list.


around SADDLEWORTH 12


www.aroundsaddleworth.co.uk


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