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Food soon to be on the menu at Water's Edge pub in Spalding




A couple who transformed an old Spalding pub are celebrating a year in charge by introducing food at the premises in the new year.

Owned and run by Bob and Mandy Hall, The Waters Edge Public House opened its doors to customers last December 7 following an extensive conversion and refurbishment of the old Golden Ball pub on River Bank, Little London, Spalding.

Bob said: “Our first year hasn’t been without challenges but as with any new business venture you expect a few ‘bumps in the road’.

Bob Hall and his wife Mandy at The Water's Edge in Cradge Bank, Spalding (5846888)
Bob Hall and his wife Mandy at The Water's Edge in Cradge Bank, Spalding (5846888)

"However, we’re immensely proud of what we’ve achieved and with our first anniversary the time is right to build on our successes.”

Mandy added: “We really want to thank all of our customers and supporters. They recognise that we put our heart and soul into this business and we really appreciate everyone that visits us.”

During the last year the pub has held a hog roast day, introduced a secluded outside seating area and put on many live music evenings - now Bob and Mandy aim to open the restaurant side of the business in the new year.

Mandy explained: “Shortly we shall start serving food and like everything else we do, we’ll be making sure that we deliver the highest quality. It’s our intention to provide our customers with great food that is locally sourced and presented without any pretence."

Bob added: "You won’t find a steak and kidney pie served on a roofing slate in The Waters Edge."

You can find out the latest news from The Waters Edge by following them on Facebook or visiting www.watersedgespalding.co.uk



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