Brunning & Price acquires six pubs in six months amid expansion push

15 February 2016 by
Brunning & Price acquires six pubs in six months amid expansion push

Pub group Brunning & Price has acquired six sites in the past six months, including the former Punch-owned Haycutter in Surrey, the Garden House near St Albans, and the Haighton Manor, north of Preston.

These acquisitions followed 2015's the Wobbly Wheel (now the Falcon) near Banbury; the Jolly Farmers (renamed the Pheasant) in Buckland near Reigate (pictured); and the Fox Revived in Horley.

Part of the Restaurant Group (TRG) since 2007, the group is still working with property specialist Christie & Co to seek new locations between Lancashire and Kent in rural, semi-rural or urban areas, with plots of at least 1.25 acres and the ability to create a 120-seat bar-restaurant venue.

Towns and cities on the potential list include Milton Keynes, York, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford and Cheltenham, as well as along the M4.

Brunning & Price currently operates 54 pubs split between the North West and North East of England. In September 2015 it announced plans to seek 10 new sites in the next 12 months.


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