New-look Bridlington pub opens for business – creating 35 jobs

Lobster Pot managers Sheila and David Reil raise a glass to the opening with the mayor Coun Michael Charlesworth behind the bar.

Lobster Pot managers Sheila and David Reil raise a glass to the opening with the mayor Coun Michael Charlesworth behind the bar.

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BRIDLINGTON’S Mayor has raised a glass to toast the success of a newly re-opened pub that has brought around 35 new jobs into town.

Pictured is town mayor Councillor Michael Charlesworth at the official opening of the Lobster Pot, at Kingsgate, which is now open for business.

The pub, which was formerly known as the Broadacres, has undergone an extensive refurbishment at the hands of Marston’s.

Coun Charlesworth told the Free Press that the creation of these new jobs has shown a confidence in Bridlington.

David and Sheila Riel have been appointed as the managers of the Lobster Pot and having worked for Marston’s for nine years said they were excited about their move to Bridlington.

During their time with the company the couple have worked at establishments in Sedgley, Wednesfield and Oldham.

The Lobster Pot is part of an ongoing new build and renovation programme from Marston’s Inns and Taverns to provide quality pubs throughout the UK.