The Blue Bell in Corbridge reopens after £125,000 refit

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    The Journal, 5th May, 2015. "....The Blue Bell pub in Corbridge has reopened to the public after a £125,000 refit. The refurbishment – funded in partnership with Punch Taverns, the owners of the premises – has included the introduction of bright new signage, as well as new flooring and furniture, although a traditional feel has been retained...."
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    The Journal
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