Midwives become pub landladies and serve up ‘best poured Guinness in Bexleyheath’
The Jolly Millers in Bexleyheath has been refurbished and taken over by serving midwives as new joint landladies.
Tracey Phayer, 57, and Esther Gorman, 58, from Bexleyheath, promise to breathe new life into the venue with regular entertainment, BT Sports, an exciting food offering and what is rumoured to be the ‘best poured Guinness in Bexleyheath’.
Key workers during the pandemic, midwives Tracy and Esther have both dreamt of owning their own pub.
They said: “The Jolly Millers is the perfect venue in which to do this and we can’t wait to give a warm welcome to everyone that comes through the doors.
We have so many ideas we want to implement and have already started running many of these past our regulars to gauge support.”
Tracey and Esther, who will continue to be midwives, offer complimentary cheese, biscuits and roast potatoes on the bar on Sundays, host drag queen bingo, as well as weekly meat raffles.
With their very own established darts team as well as live football and rugby shown on the various television sets around the pub, this is the perfect evening and weekend destination.
Stuart Brown, Business Development Manager at Brakspear Pub Group who own the venue said: “We’re so pleased and proud to reopen the new-look Jolly Miller.
“It’s much-loved within the community, and the refurbishment has really given it a new lease of life.
“The pub looks fantastic and truly is a space for all to enjoy, it’s already becoming the hub of the community.”
The Jolly Millers is set to be the place for all things social in Bexleyheath, with book club meetings, social events and the like all becoming commonplace.
For more information visit, www.brakspear.co.uk
Pictured Top: Tracey Phayer and Esther Gorman behind their bar (Picture: Brakspear)
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