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New tenant sought for Bury St Edmunds pub The Linden Tree known for its ‘strong reputation for food’

A new tenant is being sought for a Bury St Edmunds pub which has a ‘strong reputation’ for its food.

Greene King is on the hunt for a new partner to run The Linden Tree, in Out Northgate, who has strong experience with a food driven pub.

A spokesperson for the brewery said: “We’re looking for someone with a passion for great service, high standards and a love of bringing the community together.

The Linden Tree in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Paul Derrick
The Linden Tree in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Paul Derrick

“The Linden Tree has always had a strong reputation for food, with many locals holding fond memories of great times spent in this pub.

“We encourage anyone that is interested in becoming a partner to contact the recruitment team for further information.”

Greene King recently gained planning permission for a number of changes at the pub.

They included an outdoor bar and pergola made from timber in the pub’s garden.

It wanted to install bi-fold doors to a conservatory and two disabled access ramps.

There was also a proposal to create an accessible toilet by using a small area of the kitchen.

Last week, a spokesperson said: “We are excited to confirm that the planning application has been approved for the Linden Tree’s outside area.

“We are currently working through plans and we look forward to sharing more information in the future.”