Community-run pub goes from strength to strength
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A pub which was saved and reopened by a community continues to go from strength to strength.
The Cross Keys in Redgrave, near Diss, was re-opened for villagers to enjoy after being purchased by Redgrave Community Society Ltd.
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The food side of the business has been so popular that extra staff have already been employed to keep up with demand for meals.
Georgina Earland and Naomi Howard-Miller, the new manager and chef, have taken the pub by storm and have plans for a wide variety of community events in the forthcoming months.
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Already the Monday night Curry Night is proving to be enormously popular.
The pub recently held a fun weekend as part of Power to Change's Community Business Weekend.
The family friendly event included a barbecue, bouncy castle, face painting and a variety of outdoor games to keep the children amused. There was also live music courtesy of Sea Snakes.