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Out & About THE CROSS KEYS INN Uppermill Enjoys a stylish new make over


A long established and old favourite amongst locals and visitors alike has just enjoyed a make over to enhance its already rustic charm. The Cross Keys Inn located on the hills above Uppermill by Saddleworth Church has once again opened its doors to show off its brand new look.


"We are all delighted with how it has been finished." Landlord Craig tells us. "We haven’t made any structural changes to the pub. The toilets have been refurbed and the bar has been renewed in a reclaimed oak. The rest of the pub has been redecorated and re-furnished. Throughout the lounge and Buckleys Kitchen we have removed the bichamin that had been laid many years back to expose the original stone floor."


The refurb all came about due to the basics being needed to be refreshed, like the plumbing and wiring, and then the whole project went from there. Craig and fellow landlord Dave have liaised closely with planning and heritage on the project. They completed the outside terrace in Summer adding the new patio and refurbishing the barn (which can be hired out for private events, as well as hosting regular folk nights and open mic nights).


During the second phase of the project in January Craig and dave set up a temporary bar in the barn for the duration of the works. The whole project was finally completed on Friday 3rd February much to the delight of both the Cross Keys team and the regulars who all loved the finished article.


"During the works we discovered an original oak beam that has been left exposed." Craig tell us. "In addition all of the original stone flooring throughout the pub has been exposed and is in good repair, all we are doing to this is washing it and leaving as it is."


Since the re-opening they have introduced a refreshed menu as well as a light bites menu. They have


Dave & Craig Welcome One & All To The NEWLY REFURBISHED


Pub of the Year Awards - Beer Ambassador Winners 2014 & 2016


Open:


12.00 till midnight Food Served:


Mon - Sun: 12.00 - 21.00


MOTHERS DAY & EASTER BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN


6 Cask Ales Available


Come and enjoy the atmosphere and Open Fires New Terrace to the Front of the Pub


NEW MENU NOW AVAILABLE Coming Up


Open Mic Nights. 31st March, 28th April & 26th May Folk club every


Wednesday and Sunday Evening from 20.30 Barn Howlers - Ukelele Club Every Sunday from 12.00


@crosskeysinnpub 01457 874626


www.CrossKeysInn.co.uk info@crosskeysinn.co.uk


around SADDLEWORTH 12 CrossKeysInnUppermill


Running Hill Gate Uppermill OL3 6LW


www.aroundsaddleworth.co.uk


also increased their range of bottled world beers whilst continuing with six cask ales, as well as lagers, ciders and Guiness on draught, they have also extended their wine menu.


Bookings for Mother's Day and Easter are now being taken, so if you get a chance for a stroll around Saddleworth Church this Spring, make sure you pop into the all new Cross Keys...You'll be glad you did.


Up & Coming Folk Dates for your diaries.... MARCH DATES...


8th Mar Bill Taylor 15th Mar SINGERS 22nd Mar SINGERS 29th Mar SINGERS


APRIL DATES.... 5th Apr Nick Dow


12th Apr Debra Cowan USA 19th Apr Nightshift


26th Apr Steve Turner MAY DATES....


3rd May Kevin Tarpey 10th May Kieran Halpin


17th May Geoff Higginbottom 24th May Tom McConville 31st May SINGERS


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