Added on: 12th December, 2017 by Beth_16599
The Ock N Dough in Wellingborough threw its doors open on 29th November, showcasing the pub’s brand-new look following a six-figure makeover.
The revamped venue on Farm Road was officially reopened by the Deputy Mayor of Wellingborough, Councillor Malcom Waters, who helped to kick-start the exclusive opening event.
The team also welcomed local charities, Because of Beau and Niamh's Next Steps, and raised funds for each through a raffle during the reopening event.
The pub has received a significant refurbishment with a revamped bar area and impressive sports viewing facilities.
The bar area has been enhanced with the addition of contemporary tiling and a modern finish. Sports viewing opportunities have also been enhanced, with high quality sound systems and multiple screens added throughout the pub.
The popular Hungry Horse venue also boasts an improved drinks range. Additional cask ales are now available on the bar, as well as great existing drinks deals such as two bottles for £5 and prosecco for £9.99 over the weekend.
The beer garden has also been extended with further seating and new outdoor lighting.
Matthew Gist, general manager at the Ock N Dough said: “We had a fantastic opening event and our Wellingborough neighbours really showed their support. Our guests are at the heart of what we do, so it was great to be able to mark the reopening with the local community.
“It was a pleasure to have the Deputy Mayor of Wellingborough, Councillor Malcom Waters, officially reopen the Ock N Dough. He really helped kick-start the festivities and got everyone in the celebratory mood. We’ve already had great feedback on the revamped bar and we look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”
The new look pub will offer a range of great value food and drinks deals for locals to enjoy throughout the week, including BOGOF burgers on Friday, curry and a drink for £5 on Wednesdays and add a drink to any burger for £1 Monday-Friday.