Romford town centre pub to close for a month as it undergoes £300,000 makeover

PUBLISHED: 13:07 08 February 2017 | UPDATED: 13:07 08 February 2017

Artist impression of the external work expected.

Artist impression of the external work expected.


A popular night time boozer is set to be boosted by a £300,000 transformation.

The Goose, South Street, Romford, will be closing its doors for a month with a makeover both inside and out.

As a way of saying thank you to customers, the Goose will be selling drinks with a 25 per cent discount on Saturday.

Work on the pub is set to officially start next Monday.

Area manager Colin Brown said: “We boast the biggest garden in Romford so imagine what we can do with that space, then imagine again and I’ll bet the end result still manages to impress!”

A completely new food menu and additions to the drinks list is also said to be on the horizon.

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