JBCEuroLtd has begun work on a £470,000 refurbishment of Thorpe Salvin’s only pub, the Parish Oven in South Yorkshire.
Exterior work will focus on making the 1970s pub an attractive feature of the village and will include cladding and redecorating, enlarging windows and adding new signage, lighting and planting. The currently overgrown garden will be re-landscaped with an alfresco eating and drinking area – with seating for 100, heating and lights. The pub’s interior will receive a complete refurbishment in a classic but modern style. The designs also include a dedicated bar area, two dining areas and an enlarged open-plan kitchen turning out a freshly prepared menu of pub classics and gourmet dishes plus barista-quality coffee throughout the day.
JBCEuroLtd has been selected to do the majority of the building work that includes building a 9 x 5-metre extension and adding on a new porch. All exterior cladding is to be solid oak over stone, while the interior walls, wainscoting will be made of 100% reclaimed timbers.
This artist’s impression shows how the front of the Parish Oven will eventually look.