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Lambley Pub turns over a new ‘Leafe’

New management Jo and Paul Leafe take over the reigns of the popular village pub this week (16).

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The Robin Hood in Lambley will welcome new management this week (16) as Jo and Paul Leafe take over the reigns of the popular village pub.

Regulars will recognise the new management team as Paul is the father of Leanne Leafe who alongside her husband Lewis have been running the pub for the last year.

Jo Leafe said “We decided to take it over as we have helped out on a number of occasions as Paul is Leanne’s dad and enjoyed the company of the customers.

“The pub had a great feel to it and we had spoken about running a pub for a while so this seemed the perfect opportunity. We take over on October 16.

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“We will have food being served from the 16th including pub classics like pies, fish n chips, fillled Yorkshire puddings as well as a children’s menu. There are also light bites such as toasties and jacket potatoes.

Pictured: Jo & Paul Leafe at The Robin Hood Inn, Lambley

“In the run up to Christmas a menu has been planned with the options of 2 or 3 courses with an option for vegans.

“I plan on doing afternoon teas and we really want to make use of the lounge side for anyone to come in.”

Outgoing management Leanne and Lewis said goodbye to regulars with a party on Saturday, October 14 and thanked regulars on their social media channel saying “I’d like to start by saying a massive thank you to you all for the love and support you’ve shown us over the last year.”

The Robin Hood Inn can be found at 82 Main Street, Lambley and can further information can be found on their social media channel HERE.

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