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Barnsley pub reopens

By gail robinson, Town Reporter Tuesday 1st July 2014

A BARNSLEY pub is set to reopen with a new look - and an old name.

The pub in Park Road, Worsbrough Bridge - formerly known as the Olive Branch and before that the Button Mill - is to reopen under a sign carrying the original name, The Red Lion.

A major refurbishment is currently underway with the opening due in a few weeks.


The work is being carried out by Simon Markham, from Barnsley, and Andrew Reynolds, a Sheffielder.

Together they make up Rey Mark Inns and currently run the Junction Bar and Bistro in Wath Road, Wombwell, as well as a number of other establishments in the Yorkshire and Humberside area.


It aims to be open by July 18.