Wetherspoon’s Troll Cart pub opening delayed by week in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 14:22 22 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:22 22 November 2017

The Troll Cart is to re-open on December 12.
Picture: Liz Coates

The Troll Cart is to re-open on December 12. Picture: Liz Coates


The Troll Cart pub in Great Yarmouth town centre is to re-open a week later than planned it has been confirmed by J D Wetherspoon.

The pub had closed in mid-August for a major re-fit and had been due to open on Tuesday, December 5.

However the opening of the pub has been put back to Tuesday, December 12.

A spokesman for J D Wetherspoon said it was a large project so timings were always subject to change and added there were no major reasons for the delay of a week in opening.

More; pub re-fit work starts

The Troll Cart on Regent Road is the subject of £3.5m project that will see a 22 bed hotel added above it, its bar area given a fresh new look and a spacious rear garden added.

J D Wetherspoon had previously said the new-look pub and hotel will be a great addition to the town.

MORE; Pub to be built in town

The national pub chain is also building a pub to be called the William Adams off Gorleston High Street. It is due to open in February.

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