A pub in Pinner which was first built in the 1640s has reopened after undergoing a significant transformation during the pandemic to restore its traditional roots.
The Woodman Pub on Joel Street has now reopened its doors after being closed for 18-months and using the time to completely refurbish the venue. The Woodman is now ready to serve customers in the more traditional pub, after transforming the exterior, interior and pub garden.
Julie from The Woodman Pub told Pinner News: “We completely stripped everything back to basics, we replaced all the appliances, pub equipment and repainted everything.
“What our customers keep saying is they love having a proper, traditional pub back. We offer a nice drink in nice surroundings with no airs and graces.”
She added that since COVID there are people who are cautious about being inside, but the patio area is always filled with customers.
The Woodman Pub is open seven days a week with live music on Saturday evenings and a food truck serving a variety of options. For more information visit www.thewoodmanpinner.com