England cricketers open Notts pub

Nottinghamshire and England cricketers Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney have opened a second pub – The Cat and Wickets in Upper Broughton.

The second pub follows The Three Crowns in Wymeswold.

Previously known as the Golden Fleece, The Cat and Wickets is due to re-open on 22nd September, with pub manager Dan Cramp on board again.

“I’m excited to reveal what i’ve been working on the past couple of months, I really think it captures what we want The Cat and Wickets company to be like. I hope for it to be a place where everyone can enjoy good food, a decent pint and a fine glass of wine amongst a great atmosphere,” said Gurney.

Broad said: “It’s been great fun launching The Cat & Wickets Pub Company with Harry and Dan. To be expanding now into another great Leicestershire village is great and hopefully we have the same reception as we did in Wymeswold. I am looking forward to taking the family down there over the next few weeks”.

The Tap & Run will be opening its doors to the public on Friday 21st September with a local launch night.