Sneak peek inside Chesterfield's newest pub

Chesterfield's newest pub reopened this week after a major investment and a name change.

Wednesday, 14th June 2017, 8:51 am
Updated Thursday, 15th June 2017, 1:57 pm
Landlord and landlady Kevin & Lisa Cook at The Tupton Tap.

The Tupton Tap, formerly called the Royal Oak, relaunched this week after being closed for 18 months - creating 12 new jobs. f

The Old Tupton boozer has undergone a transformation ollowing a £160,000 investment by Star Pubs and Bars and new licensees, Ashover Brewery.

Kim Beresford, managing director of Ashover Brewery, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the community’s feedback. So many people have told us how they are happy to have their local back.”

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Landlord and landlady Kevin & Lisa Cook at The Tupton Tap.

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Landlord and landlady Kevin & Lisa Cook at The Tupton Tap.