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Abergavenny NP7 5PR

Approximate Ingoings £7,000

The Bailey sits on the edge of the town Centre on a busy crossroads, with Baileys park directly behind the pub which holds various local events throughout the year. Abergavenny is a large market town and community in Monmouthshire, Wales.

Newcastle Upon Tyne NE5 2HB

Approximate Ingoings £10,000

The Balloon is a well-established community pub situated to the north of Newcastle City Centre. Located close to a major retail park just off the busy A1. Nearby is the A191 which is one of the main routes in and out the city centre. There is excellent footfall locally owing to the plentiful housing, both private and council owned, that surround the pub. The pub is easily accessible and visible from the road network around the property.
BAR 29

Rugby, CV21 3BX

Approximate Ingoings £10,000

Bar 29 is an attractive one room operation community pub, prominently located in the town centre of Rugby, just off the market square. It is surrounded by other licensed premises and retail operations with a large footfall. The town centre is lively throughout the day with shoppers and with an array of nightlife in the evenings and weekends.
Barons Cross, Leominster

Leominster, HR6 8RS

Approximate Ingoings £9,500

The Barons Cross is a large detached building situated on a spacious plot. The pub benefits from being located on the busy A44 with passing trade and housing developments nearby. Local planners have also given planning permission for over 200 houses to be built on adjacent land to the pub and as such, business is expected to increase once the development has completed. The pub benefited from a new signage scheme giving great curb side appeal in 2019. Leominster is a traditional market town located in the heart of Herefordshire, in the beautiful countryside on the England / Wales border. It has a population of around 12,000 however population increases massively over the summer months with visiting tourists enjoying all the town has to offer.
Battle of Trafalgar

Brighton, BN41 1GT

Approximate Ingoings £13,000

The Battle of Trafalgar is situated at the start of the high street and on the main road into Portslade. A wet led community pub on a corner plot of a busy road, the Battle of Trafalgar is dated as a building on ordnance survey maps back as far as 1873 and is a much loved community gem. Portslade is a western suburb in the city of Brighton and Hove dating back to the 16th century. With the northern end of the village situated on the edge of the South Downs and the southern part of the village by the sea, Portslade has plenty of passing footfall all year round and benefits from strong road and bus links as well as a railway station.  
Bay Horse

Gateshead, NE10 9SL

Approximate Ingoings £12,000

The Bay Horse is situated in the Windy Nook area of Gateshead. The area is densely populated with a mixture of private and council housing. This large, detached, impressive building occupies a prominent position at the top of the bank from the Felling area. Windy Nook is home to a wide range of the local population from families through to retired who all live in the vicinity so the pub really does cater to all ages.
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