A POPULAR MORAY pub has reopened its doors after extensive redevelopment works.
It was a major investment in the Granary Pup on Thunderton Place in Elgin that has created six new jobs – and provided a new kitchen and eating area that can cater for up to 60 more diners.
The Granary was already a major venue for live sport but now the pub can boast a new Ultra-HD 84-inch big screen alongside an updated sound system, a more modern look and a brighter feel throughout.
A Belhaven pub, part of the Greene King group, has also introduced an exciting craft beer selection, while the venue will continue to offer late-night entertainment with a new dance floor.
Sam Hendry, who is manager at the Granary, said: “Myself and the team are really looking forward to showing off the new look Granary to the community. I am sure our customers will love the transformation and we look forward to welcoming them back.
“Our broadcasting of live sport, our family friendly dining, as well as our exciting night-time entertainment packages, makes us the go-to venue locally for so many people.”
Anthony Hemmerdinger is managing director of Greene King’s locals division. He said: “It is always exciting when the doors to a newly transformed pub are once again opened to our customers.
“This refurbishment is a big change to the Granary, but one I am sure the local people of Elgin will thoroughly enjoy.”