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Historic Stamford pub reopens after being battered by storm




Bar manager, Malcolm Brown with licensees Carole Frith and Paul Frith. By Lee Hellwing.
Bar manager, Malcolm Brown with licensees Carole Frith and Paul Frith. By Lee Hellwing.

A historic Stamford pub is set to reopen its doors after a storm caused £250,000 worth of damage to it.

On February 23 this year Storm Doris moved across the UK bringing winds of more than 90mph.

The ferocity of the storm caused a 30ft-high brick chimney at the Millstone Inn to collapse through its cellar ceiling, which left the pub unable to trade as falling debris destroyed gas and water pipes as well as beer coolers.



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