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Sheffield pub creates ten jobs as it re-opens with a fresh new look

Little Mester Nursery Road North Anston Sheffield S25 4BZ Janine Barrass General Manager with her staff at the newly refurbished Little Mester Hazel Underwood, Chef Rich Lee, GM Janine Barrass, Jade Smith and Team Leader, Bev Brealy

A  North Anston pub has re-opened its doors to the public, following a significant transformation.  

The Little Mester on Nursery Road, which is owned by Greene King, has received a complete makeover to bring a fresh look and feel to the popular venue, creating ten new jobs in the process. 

As part of the investment, the pub has introduced a lighter colour scheme, extra seating in the beer garden and 4K TVs throughout, including two massive 85-inch screens. 

In addition, the Little Mester has maintained its healthy selection of cask ales and wines. 

Little Mester general manager Janine Barras said: “The Little Mester is at the heart of the North Anston community, so we are excited to be able to offer a place for locals to enjoy a drink or meal in improved surroundings. 

“The opening was a real success with great feedback from guests on the delicious new menu and the fantastic interiors. My team and I look forward to welcoming more guests in the coming weeks.”

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