Burnley pub reopens after £200,000 facelift

Robyn Neal (6) and Michael Barker (8) at the Hollywood Star in Burnley (s)

Robyn Neal (6) and Michael Barker (8) at the Hollywood Star in Burnley (s)

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A BURNLEY pub which underwent a £200,000 makeover has been given the thumbs up by children at the official opening.

Youngsters from the Burnley Dance Centre and St Matthew with Holy Trinity Beaver group officially re-opened the Hollywood Star in Manchester Road, which is the first Fayre and Square chain pub in the town.

The launch weekend also saw children take part in fun activities such as face painting and juggling displays.

Hollywood Star general manager Mr Chris Stubbs said: “Children are notoriously honest when it comes to feedback, so we couldn’t think of a better way to see if our new Fayre and Square offer was hitting the right note by inviting the local Beaver group and dance group to be our special guest panel.

“They did a fantastic job and were able to enjoy all the fun of the fair too thanks to the entertainment which was free for everyone.

“Overall it was a huge success and it was great to see so many people joining in our celebrations and having such a good time.”

Seal of approval: Robyn Neal (6) and Michael Barker (8) at the Hollywood Star in Burnley (s)