THE doors to Chedworth’s only pub has re-opened once again, with a massive change.

Chedworth’s Seven Tuns pub re-opened on Friday, October 19, under new landlords with a big reputation.

Simon Wilson-White and Tom Conway have taken over the pub from former landlady Liz Henty.

Liz spent three years turning the business around from scratch after it closed for more than a year with fears it would never re-open.

The Seven Tuns has been closed for the past two months as the pair put their own stamp on things, declaring it ‘the biggest refurbishment the pub has ever had’.

Tom has a glittering past, having previously been involved at The Ritz and the original Ivy and he has big plans for the pub.

“We want to bring something incredible to the Cotswolds,” Tom said.

“We are in touch with local suppliers and we are aiming to go local wherever possible.

“There has been a massive change to the menu, and we have some new staff.

“We have kept two members of staff, but we have brought in an Italian pastry chef from Italy.”

The pub has already re-opened with the event labelled a massive success with more than 300 people turning up.

Tom added: “We have already received amazing feedback with regards to the pub.

“We do professional food in a professional environment.

“But most importantly we want to be open to everyone, whether that is for a couple who are looking for fine dining, or someone who has just finished work and wants to pop in for a quick pint.

“We are aiming to cater to everyone.”