Popular Norwich pub closes for major refurbishment
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A popular Norwich pub has closed its doors to the public while undergoing a refurbishment.
The Pig & Whistle on All Saints Green is getting a whole new look.
Builders have been spotted tearing up parts of the floor and the pub's sign has been removed from the front of the building.
When asked about the refurbishment, one workman said: 'The place is getting a total makeover, it's going to be very different.'
The pub also closed this time last year, after just seven months of trading.
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It was then taken on by the former landlord of The Lamb Inn, Clive Hitchens, who reopened it at the end of February with a focus on live jazz, blues and soul music.
Mr Hitchens intended to create an intimate and relaxed venue for a more 'mature' clientele.
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It is not yet known when the establishment will reopen.