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Work to begin on transforming former Carlton social club into new pub

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Work is set to begin on converting a former social club into a new pub in Carlton.

Lincoln Green brewery this week revealed they will shortly begin converting the former Latvian Social Club in Standhill Road into a new boozer they have named The Brickyard.

PICTURED: The former Latvian Club on Standhill Road

An alcohol licence has now been granted for the premises and it’s hoped The Brickyard will be open for business on April 27.

The new pub will offer a wide selection of real ales and aims to become infamous for their unique collection of gins on offer.

The Brickyard will become Lincoln Green brewery’s second pub in the borough. The popular brewer also owns the historic Arnold pub The Robin Hood and Little John, in Church Street.

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