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Thanks for that The_Wanderer. We were there on Tuesday afternoon and it looked as if it was permanently closed. Good to know it is open some of the time. Owner must know his market but if he does food isn't he missing out on weekend tourist trade by not being open from lunchtime.
webntweb: Costa seems to know what he is doing and I could not possibly comment on his strategy. He is not a newbee to the pub trade. He cannot be expected to pay staff whilst there is no trade as that is a big hole in finances and not acceptable.
Lets just support the pub whilst it is open and keep it ticking over in these difficult times. We need to keep a fair sized pub open at Potter not only for us but for the employment in the area, especially the younger people who in the past have worked for him and did an excellent job in keeping the pub clean and tables cleared.
Weather permitting and after the August Bank Holiday I will certainly be visiting the pub and putting a few bob over the bar, real ale or no real ale.
Yep Whizzer. Went past there yesterday and Norada was closed. All the garden furniture is piled up under the veranda.
Lets hope that it re opens next year despite what some people say about the pub it is a badly needed watering hole at Potter. However, given the resurgence of Covid 19 I wonder how the finances will stand through to next year.