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Gedling world champion boxer Leigh Wood cuts ribbon to reopen revamped Four Bells pub in Woodborough

The boxer, who recently beat Michael Conlan to retain his WBA featherweight title, was invited to cut the ribbon

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Gedling’s world champion boxer Leigh Wood was invited to reopen the revamped Four Bells pub in Woodborough over the weekend.

The boxer, who recently beat Michael Conlan to retain his WBA featherweight title, was invited to cut the ribbon.

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The pub, which had been closed for some time, reopened its doors on Friday night after being taken over by new landlady Beccy Webster.

Beccy has successfully run a number of pubs in the area and is currently in charge of the Gedling Inn, in Gedling village. She will continue running both venues.

PICTURED: Locals packed into the reopened pub on Friday (PHOTO: Facebook/FourBells)

Major work has been taking place over the past few months to revamp the village boozer, with roof repairs, car park resurfacing and a new-look cellar being put into place.

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Locals packed the place on reopening night and were delighted to get their village pub back after it closed during lockdown.

Food is now being served at the venue and a new menu was launched today (11) . A new Sunday lunch menu will also be available from this weekend.

When asked about the reasons for taking on the pub Ms Webster said: “I love this village and I can see great potential in the pub despite it having being closed for a long time.”

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You can find out more details at the pub’s Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/fourbellswoodborough

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