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The George in Harrow Town Centre to reopen as Craft Union pub

The George Pub in Harrow Town Centre is to temporarily close and reopen as a Craft Union pub.

The brief closure, in which the pub will be ‘refreshed’, will take place from Monday 15th April and last for nine days until Wednesday 24th April.

The pub is expected to carry out refurbishments, which include installing a new pool table and darts board, along with other unspecified improvements that will overseen by new landlady, Emma Wakeling.

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The George is a long-time favourite for Harrow Town Centre locals after it opened back in 2019 following the closure of Yates. At the time, the pub underwent a £200,000 investment and has since become one of the most popular pubs in the borough.

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A spokesperson from Stonegate said, “We are pleased to confirm The George pub in Harrow will be transitioning over to Craft Union, the fastest growing operator-led model which is part of Stonegate Group.

“Craft Union is well-known amongst communities as more than a pub; it’s a place locals can come together to enjoy a great range of drinks, watch all the latest sporting action, and experience a varied range of entertainment every week.

“The George is looking forward to welcoming back the local community to experience the refreshed pub and new offer following a brief closure between the 15th and 24th April. For further information please visit the pubs website or Facebook Page.”

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The pub will be hosting a special night featuring 80s and 90s music upon reopening, scheduled for April 27th, with DJ Andy Mac spinning tunes from 8:30pm to 1am.

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