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Ricky and Nicola Calder have taken over the Six Bells at Horringer PICTURE: Mecha Morton
Ricky and Nicola Calder have taken over the Six Bells at Horringer PICTURE: Mecha Morton

An experienced husband and wife team have taken over The Six Bells at Horringer.

Nicola and Ricky Calder have worked more than 20 years in the industry each and are now taking the next step.

Nicola said: “We worked in pubs for a long time for other people and thought it was the time to go it alone.”

They ran The Cadogan Arms, in Ingham, as well as chef Ricky working at The Crown, at Hartest.

Since opening on July 4, Nicola said feedback had been very positive.

She said: “We didn’t expect to be this busy so soon and are getting a good name inside and outside the village, which is great.”

Food includes lunchtime sandwiches, wild seabass with nicoise salad and local courgette and red onion curry.

Nicola said: “We want people to enjoy great food and service in a village community pub that pushes the extra mile with something special.”

For details, call 01284 735551, email info@6bells.co.uk or go to www.6bells.co.uk