Jobs created in Fylde pub revamp

The tramway pub
The tramway pub
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A revamped pub has created 15 new jobs and pledged to lend a helping hand to charity in the coming year.

Staff at the Tramway on Victoria Road West in Cleveleys are calling for local people to help them choose worthy causes to support.

The pub will be donating every three months to the two nominated local charities, along with Cancer Research UK, which has been chosen as charity of the year by parent company Sizzling Pubs.

The two local charities currently receiving donations from the pub are Brian House Children’s Hospice and Girl Guides Lancashire.

Guests visiting the Tramway will be given a token with their meal, which they will be able to put into a jar, in support of their preferred charity.

Regulars can also vote by putting their nominations in the pub’s voting box.

The charity nomination call follows a significant investment at the Tramway which has been refreshed as a Sizzling Pizza, Pub and Carvery with a new look and updated menu.

Speaking about the reopening, general manager, Stephanie Ramsden said: “The pub has been given a fantastic new look and brand new menu encompassing all your traditional pub favourites, alongside pizza and roasts, and we’re thrilled to be able to give back to the local community by supporting two local charities.

“We are calling on the people of Blackpool to vote for worthy causes in the area, and would encourage anyone who works for a local charity to get in touch.

“We feel that the Tramway is an integral part of the community, so we’re delighted to be able to give back to the people who need it most.”