Community Purchase of the King William Pub IV

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On 6th June there will be a public meeting in the Curry Rivel Village hall to gauge public interest in a Community Purchase of the King William IV Pub.

The King William IV pub in Curry Rivel is up for sale; either with or without planning permission for change of use.

To avoid losing this local facility, there is an intiative for the community to purchase the King William via shares in a Limited Company.
If anyone would like to know more about this venture then please come to a public meeting in the Sewers Room, Curry Rivel Village Hall at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday 6th June, 2017.

There is a Facebook page -- https://www.facebook.com/Community-Purchase-of-King-William-IV-Curry-Rivel-101121070449139
or email -- kingwilliam.iv.2017@gmail.com

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