Beloved highstreet pub, the Three Horseshoes in Whetstone, reopens today as a Craft Union pub following a £118,000 investment that has breathed a new lease of life into the venue.

The investment sees the pub convert into a Craft Union site and the venue has reopened with a refreshed interior and courtyard area. The pub also benefits from a brand new pool table and state of the art dart board with digital scoring as well as improved amenities and uplifted décor. The Three Horseshoes benefits from Sky and TNT Sports facilities and with its refreshed look and feel, is the perfect place to enjoy the upcoming Euro matches in good company, with an expertly poured drink in hand.

Operator Donald Morrison has been with the Three Horseshoes for seven years and commented on the pub’s conversion: “As a community first pub, I’m thrilled the Three Horseshoes will be joining the Craft Union family, which is a business that truly places community at the heart of it’s operation. The pub team and I have plans to get involved with local charities and sports teams and lots of ideas for upcoming events at the pub, whether that be live entertainment, supporting local performers or hosting activities. There’s plenty to look forward to at the Three Horseshoes and we can’t wait to see our locals back at the pub soon.”

The Three Horseshoes reopens with an exciting weekly events schedule that includes boardgames and free pool every Monday, a general knowledge quiz every Thursday evening with live host and a roof-raising DJ every Friday and Saturday night. Guests can also look forward to sports viewing on Saturday’s during the day and live music from 3pm – 7pm on Sundays before a tablet quiz in the evening.

The pub will also be hosting an exciting launch party weekend from Friday 14th – Sunday 16th June. Guests can expect to be entertained by talented local performers and with the Euro’s kicking off on Friday 14th, the newly refreshed and revitalised Three Horseshoes is the place to be to catch all the upcoming sporting action.

Located on the High Road corner in Whetstone, the Three Horseshoes has a history that dates back to 1871 when Thomas Samme was a retail seller of beer. The pub is said to have acquired its name from its horse shoe smithing workshop roots, as a farrier was once in operation at the rear of the property, as was the case in many local pubs at the time.