Saturday, 19 November 2022

Stunning pub heraldry

An article in "Cheshire Live" is one not to be missed for heraldry addicts. Headlined as "Inside the stunning pub on the doorstep of Cheshire's poshest village" the article shows a number of photographs of The Churchill Tree based on Bruntwoods, Alderley Park in Nether Alderley.

This has been a superb reinvention of the historic former Tenants Hall to become a stylish new community pub. The Manchester Evening News says "Thousands of pounds have been lavished on the transformation of the grade II-listed Tenants Hall to become the Churchill Tree pub. It is set at the heart of Bruntwood’s Alderley Park development in Nether Alderley - but due to successive lockdowns owners Cheshire Pub Company were only able to open inside for a couple of weeks in December before shutting down again. Now, revellers are getting to enjoy the sympathetic refurbishment of the building which was once part of the sprawling Stanley family estate near Alderley Edge.

The article in Cheshire Live can be found here: https://www.cheshire-live.co.uk/news/chester-cheshire-news/gallery/inside-stunning-pub-doorstep-cheshires-23544988


The pub's own website can be found here: https://thechurchilltree.co.uk/




Images courtesy of Christopher John.



 





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Stunning pub heraldry

An article in "Cheshire Live" is one not to be missed for heraldry addicts. Headlined as "Inside the stunning pub on the door...

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