Narborough pub closed today for Covid ‘deep clean’ following outbreak – but it re-opens tomorrow

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 1 January 2022

A PUB based in Narborough, located next to Narborough railway station, have closed their doors today (1 January) for a ‘deep clean’, following a coronavirus outbreak.

Narborough Arms (Image: Google Street View) / Inset (Image: Unsplash)

The Narborough Arms, based on Coventry Road, have had a confirmed coronavirus outbreak on their premises, according to a statement shared to their Facebook page.

A spokesperson for the Greene King-owned pub stressed that as a result, they have been placed in the ‘unfortunate’ position to close their doors today to patrons and their remaining members of staff, who have tested negative.

The venue is undergoing a coronavirus “deep clean” whilst it is temporarily shut.

But, regulars won’t have to wait long to pop back in for a drink.

Its doors will re-open once again at 4pm tomorrow afternoon (Sunday, 2 January), with staff who have tested – and remain ‘negative’ – still working and serving at the venue.

It will resume trading with normal operating hours a day later (Monday, 3 January).

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