Wetherspoon pub to come to St Ives

08:00 19 January 2014

Wetherspoon.

Wetherspoon.

Archant

JD Wetherspoon has agreed a deal to open a pub in St Ives.

The Hunts Post has reported that the firm was looking at opening businesses in St Ives and Huntingdon.

While the Huntingdon deal, which will see the Old Post Office and George Hall converted into a pub later this year, was confirmed in November, the St Ives project has taken longer to finalise.

And the company would still not say which building it would be taking.

The site is believed to be the Warehouse Clearance store, in Market Hill, although this has not yet been confirmed by either Wetherspoon or the commercial property agent, Budworth Hardcastle.

A spokesman for Wetherspoon said on Monday a deal has been agreed but it was awaiting a contract from the vendor.

0 comments

More news stories

Councillor Barry Chapman

Plans to build new storage facilities on a former airfield near St Neots have sparked fears that hundreds more lorries on the A428 could cause misery for motorists.

08:13
Cambridge Crown Court.

A court has heard that a man who carried an axe and an air rifle in St Neots was “mentally unwell at the time of the offences” and handed him a hospital order.

20 minutes ago

A lorry driver had to be freed from his cab by emergency crews after his vehicle overturned in Wyton.

Hunts School Sports Partnership, inclusion sports day, at the Ivo Centre, Alfie, from St Ivo school, with Young leader Casey,

Dozens of youngsters from schools across Huntingdonshire took part in a multi-sport festival.

”Calendar"/

Most read stories

Most commented stories

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Hunts Post e-edition E-edition