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Before and after photos show extent of damage as Tap & Run pub prepares to rebuild

An update after the pub, owned by Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney, was severely damaged in a fire earlier this year.

The update from the team said:

‘The pub has now been fully stripped back to brick and the rebuilding has commenced. Hopefully we’ll see a roof on by the start of October, so the real work inside can begin.’

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In June after the blaze the owners said:

‘Our building insurers, Arch Insurance, aided by Sedgwick, have accepted liability and we can now get on with the rebuild.

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‘We are so grateful for their early decision on this.

‘We can breathe again for the first time in weeks.

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‘Since the fire on June 11th we have had a fire investigation and multiple meetings and communications with loss adjusters. They have been understanding, professional and worked quickly to settle the case, which we are so grateful for.

‘We have appointed Gately Smithers Purslow to manage our rebuild and tomorrow morning, the next phase will be started by Tanwood Construction which is to dismantle the roof.

‘Here’s to the second innings.’

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