1725 (Central Lancaster) has changed its name to "Paolo Giannis."
Keys (Slyne) has changed its name to "Cross Keys"Change of licensee at:
- Blue Anchor (Bolton-le-Sands)
- Paolo Giannis. (Central Lancaster)
- Kanteena (Lancaster)
1725 (Central Lancaster) reopened on 10 October. Redecorated and re-furnished but not much altered - except the prices have dropped a lot and it's been renamed "Paolo Gianni's". Four handpumps.
The Boot & Shoe (Lancaster) has been bought by Lees, the Manchester family brewer.
The The Pub (Lancaster) has been sold and the new owners have bought the adjacent vacant plot.
The Keys (Slyne) is to reopen on 7 September under its old name of "Cross Keys".
It would seem that plans to reopen 75 Church Street (Lancaster) as Dandy Lion have come unstuck.
The Greaves Park (Lancaster) has reopened. New decor and a better beer choice.
The Royal (Bolton-le-Sands) has reopened. It now has a fashionable coulour-scheme but little else has altered.
The new tenants of the Tap House (Lancaster) have arrived. Small changes, including the arrival of a bandit and (soon) substantial snacks.
The Water Witch (Lancaster) now has a permanent manager.
Lancaster Brewery (Lancaster) is being extended. Bigger Drinking area and a separate shop
The Shambles (Lancaster) is for sale.
Kanteena (Lancaster) opened on 11 October. A loading bay with a bar and a stage. Four handpumps.
There is a licensing application for a new micropub called Great Scott (Lancaster) , on Scotforth Road.
Another micropub coming to Scotforth, this one called the Wobbly Cobbler (Lancaster) .
Kanteena: Opening night