Great Yarmouth’s popular Troll Cart Wetherspoon pub shut for months
- Credit: Archant
One of Great Yarmouth's busiest pubs has now closed for four months.
The JD Wetherspoon-owned Troll Cart, near Market Gates bus station, closed on Sunday for an extension and refurbishments and to allow for a new hotel to be built.
The £3.5m investment will see a neighbouring building demolished and an extensive new beer garden built, as well as a new 22-bedroom Wetherspoon Hotel in the empty three-storey space above the pub.
It is due to reopen on December 5, leaving the borough without a Wetherspoon pub for four months.
County councillor Mick Castle hopes other pubs will see a boost as patrons of the Troll Cart find other places to frequent.
You may also want to watch:
He said: 'We are extremely lucky to still have so many pubs left here in Yarmouth, which is great news for both local people and holidaymakers.
'As ever it is a case of 'use them or lose them.''
- 1 Widow fighting for wedding refund
- 2 Owner of new pet shop says he will put animal welfare before sales
- 3 Police break up house party with 28 people crammed into flat
- 4 Norwich shop worker beaten with hammer in row over phone refund
- 5 Long tailbacks on A47 due to roadworks and lane closure
- 6 Mother still 'grieving' for son who suffered life-changing brain injuries in crash
- 7 Driver stopped by police - 20 minutes after being given court ban
- 8 Teen in serious condition after bank holiday crash
- 9 Tributes to high street mechanic known as a 'local legend'
- 10 Hollywood actors use Norwich hair salon