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Arkwrights

Preston, PR1 7EP

Approximate Ingoings £9,250

Arkwirghts is located on the main Plungington Road, through Preston neighbouring a number of local businesses and shops, including having a mixed calibre of chimney pots off the smaller roads surrounding. The pub itself benefits from being less than a mile away from Preston City Centre and Preston North End F.C ground.
Back O Hill

Stirling, FK8 1RA

Approximate Ingoings £11,250

The Back o Hill is located in the Raploch estate in the city of Stirling, central Scotland. The city  has  a  population of around 50,000 and the Raploch estate has approximately 2,500 residents. The estate comprises a few local shops and a community college campus
Bailey

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.
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.
Barley Mow

Bedford, MK40 1EZ

Approximate Ingoings £13,000

The Barley Mow is an attractive, traditional Georgian style building situated on the outskirts of Bedford, with the town centre just a 10 minute walk away. It is close to Bedford prison and one of the smaller campuses of Bedford college so has a strong footfall passing by daily.
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