Reason revealed for scaffolding at Nuneaton’s ‘Spoons

Vaughan Moore & Mason Moore | 3 March 2022

SCAFFOLDING has been placed atop a Nuneaton’s Wetherspoons, The Felix Holt, located on Stratford Street, near Queens Road and Abbey Street.

The scaffolding works as of today (Image: Vaughan Moore)

The high street ‘Spoons currently looks slightly different to town-goers, as scaffolding has been spotted around the outside of the high street pub.

This is because renovation works are being carried out on the roof of the town centre boozer.

JD Wetherspoons bosses have reassured pub-goers that it is still trading as normal – and that they can still head inside for a pint, brunch, or dinner, as it remains open and trading as per usual.

Bosses at the national pub chain have stressed that the Felix will to operate as normal.

A temporary blue and brown banner has been placed atop the scaffolding and signature signage, to inform residents of the works – and it simply reads: “We’re still open from 8am”.

Another poster at the bottom of the scaffolding, has been signposted, reading: “We are still open as usual. Scaffolding up due to roof work.”

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