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Complete waste of time to even consider buying that Pub. If it’s such a great place and ready to go, why has it been closed during a pubs busiest time I.e : the summer.
The amount of robberies in that area would put you off driving through it, let alone purchasing a premises in it.
still, i always wanted to own one. then start at the top shelf….
try making that out of a pub with things going the way there going and your have some fun ad the fact its been closed fo a period how in gods name would you built up trade
what robberies ‘The Wind’ was it not just th post office bout a year ago are you sure your not getting it mixed up with Newtowncunningham
Yea TheRain, Maybe im getting it mixed up:)
@ The Wind
That is not very helpful. You are dramatising and making a pointless statement.
Pubs are important to local society and I hope a good owner is found.
The robberies are taking place in newtowncunningham
@ Dan, Frank & Co.
Why are so many people (especially in our County) so begrudging, especially in these times. If someone wants to buy the place they will decide for themself, they don’t need the local gossiper telling them what to do. If it was currently up and running the selling price would be higher. Besides, would you prefer to see it remain vacant! I had a pint in that pub some years back and still remember it well as being a nice spot.
well i am not a begruder at all but are you in business i wonder jim how about i buy it and get you to provide buinesss plan to seeucre finace to get it FACT 100 COUNTRY RURAL PUBS ARE CLOSING IN THIS COUNTRY EACH YEAR SINCE 2004
Well done Frank, you just showed the begrudery. Unfortunately another typical Irish trait. Congrats to the pub owner, I wish them luck.
I remember watching a young man get down on 1 knee in that pub as he drunkingly muttered the loving words to a manor lady a good few years ago, to a rapturous applaud, the nite after a wedding, and while his heart never felt complete that nite, every customers heart was filled with life at 1 of many moments, but hey, thats pub life, the heart and soul of irishness in the community that desperately needs to come back, Good luck to the buyer he/she/they will have great craic for as they say “it’s a great wee toon”