Absolute Pubs takes on fourth site

01 June 2012 by
Absolute Pubs takes on fourth site

Multiple pub operator Absolute Pubs has taken on its fourth site, after sigining a deal to take on the tenancy of the Flower Pot in Sunbury-on-Thames.

The Flower Pot, a Brakspear tenancy, will reopen as an Absolute Pub in early August after a £200,000 investment and joins the three existing Absolute Pubs sites around the Surrey/Middlesex border.

Licensee Simon Bailey, who runs the business with his wife Sarah, said: "Our goal is to provide the consistency in standards and service customers expect from a brand, but without making each pub a clone of the others. Customers can enjoy the individuality and quirkiness that are part of the charm of our pubs, underpinned by the Absolute Pubs values.

"We're delighted to be taking on our fourth pub, which opens up a new catchment area for us and is the perfect platform for taking Absolute Pubs onto the next level."

The pair opened their first pub, the Kings Arms in Hampton Court, in 2008. They also run the Bell in Hampton (Punch Taverns) and the Waggon & Horses, Surbiton (Young's).

By Neil Gerrard

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