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Landlord of The Exeter Arms in Barrowden says the future of his Rutland pub rests on planning permission being granted retrospectively for the work which was carried out to make the premises Covid-safe

The future of a village pub hangs in the balance after renovations were made without planning permission.

Mark and Kate Symes spent £40,000 on a garden makeover at the Exeter Arms in Barrowden during the first wave of coronavirus.

The refurbishment allowed them to open an outside bar and dining area to make the business Covid-19 safe.

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