A PUB in Prestatyn is soon to re-open after being closed for several weeks due to refurbishment works.

The William Morgan, at 29-31 High Street, shut on January 28, but will welcome customers back for the first time since then on February 21.

This will be followed by live music to mark the “new-look” pub’s first weekend back open, from 8pm on February 23.


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Its revamp has involved, among other changes, changes to its toilet floors and newly painted green walls as part of its updated colour scheme.

For every Saturday while the Six Nations rugby tournament is ongoing, meanwhile, the pub will be offering 25 per cent off its “beer towers”.

The pub is named after Bishop William Morgan, the Welsh Bishop of Llandaff and of St Asaph who translated the first version of the whole Bible into Welsh.