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The Sugar Mill pub in Bourne is getting an £80,000 refurbishment and fresh new look.

The Marston’s pub will close on June 5 while the work is carried out and and will reopen again on Father’s Day Sunday June 18.

Tom Bellis the General Manager said, “We are so excited to announce that the Sugar Mill will be receiving a refresh, and that over £80k has been invested into breathing new life into the venue. We can’t wait to celebrate our re-opening with all the father figures in our wonderful community on Father’s Day!”

The Sugar Mill will reopen with a breakfast offering on the weekends alongside a varied menu of pub favourites such as Steak and Ale Pie served with chips, garden peas and gravy, and new additions such as Loaded Fries with spicy pulled pork, nacho cheese sauce, BBQ sauce, crispy onions and chopped chives and classic lagers on draught, cask ales and a variety of cocktails and G&Ts.

The pub also offers a traditional Sunday Roast each week, served with fluffy mashed potato, roast potatoes, seasonal veggies, home-made Yorkshire pudding, stuffing and gravy.

The family-friendly pub has a large outdoor area so you drink and dine alfresco. The new look is set to elevate the pub’s interior to suit all occasions, from casual lunches to special celebrations.

The refurbishment will also create new job opportunities, including front and back of house roles.

You'll find The Sugar Mill situated on the edge of Bourne town and it is dog friendly. It’s ideally positioned for a drink or meal before or after a walk at the nearby Wake Pond and Barton Fen Nature Reserve.

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