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Spalding pub owners are due to submit plans to repair damage after crash

The owners of a once picturesque riverside pub are due to submit a planning application shortly to repair the damage caused by a crash.

South Holland District Council Leader Nick Worth is hoping that repairs to the historic White Horse pub in Spalding will be undertaken soon after ‘promising discussions’ with the owners, Samuel Smith’s Brewery.

The pub in Churchgate suffered structural damage after the two vehicle collision last year.

The White Horse in Spalding has been boarded up after the crash
The White Horse in Spalding has been boarded up after the crash

Coun Worth has been calling on Samuel Smiths to improve the appearance of the pub for some time.

Speaking at last night’s full council meeting Coun Worth said: “I have had promising discussions with the owners as a result of the accident.

“The front bay window will need repairing and the first floor window was also impacted as well.

“They are also repairing the ground floor window which was damaged in the summer of 2022 and are looking at paint work and render.

“With regards to the approach they are looking to get on with that and submit a planning application by February 2.”

Coun Worth also stated that the owners were ‘optimistic’ about finding new tenants to take on the pub.

A BMW and a Renault Clio were involved in the collision which left a hole in the front of the building on November 30.

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