More details have emerged about the plans for a new Wetherspoons pub at a North Yorkshire holiday resort.
YorkMix reported earlier this month that a Wetherspoon branch is set to open at Haven Primrose Valley Holiday Park in Filey in March, the first in a series of tie-ups between the pub group and the holiday company.
Now Primrose Valley is seeking a licence for the venue from North Yorkshire Council.
The ‘Wetherspoons at Primrose’ wants to start serving alcohol to guests from 8am, two hours earlier than currently permitted.
The venue, currently known as the Mash and Barrel, is allowed to serve alcohol from 10am at present.
Documents sent to North Yorkshire Council also propose changes to the layout of the venue, although there are no changes proposed to “the remaining existing licensed areas”.
In addition to changing the name of the Mash and Barrel to ‘Wetherspoons at Primrose’, the sale of alcohol would be permitted seven days a week from 8am.
However, the cut-off time for the sale of alcohol would not be changed from 2am as set out in the current licence.
Haven has also applied to the council for permission to set up a bingo hall at its Blue Dolphin Holiday Park in Filey’s Gristhorpe Bay.
Members of the public wishing to make representations regarding the Wetherspoon application can contact North Yorkshire Licensing Services at Scarborough Town Hall by Tuesday, 20 February.
Representations have to be sent in writing.