Carolyn and Will Guy of The Cowshed in Pattingham contacted us to carry out their move, when they decided to seize the opportunity of moving the restaurant to the former Horns of Boningale, on the Holyhead Road.
The restaurant on Clive Farm closed on Sunday 22 May, allowing our removal crews to start work, removing the restaurant furniture, kitchen equipment and stainless steel equipment relocating it to the former Horns of Boningale. Ensuring all furniture and equipment was in situ for the return of the team of chefs and hospitality staff.
The premises are something of a local landmark situated on the A464 between Wolverhampton and Shifnal, the premises are known to have an extensive history, dating back over 300 years. It’s thought that originally the venue was mainly frequented by Shropshire farmers taking their cattle to market who were looking for a menu limited to ham and eggs.
Needless to say, 300 years later the historic pub and restaurant has been given a new lease of life with Carolyn and Will carrying out a full renovation of the building, now the The Cowshed, Boningale. The restaurant re-opened to the public on 19 June.
We’re so pleased to have been of assistance to Carolyn and Will in their move to the new premises and wish them all the best for the future.
We always love being involved in the relocations of businesses and organisations that are at the heart of communities and reinvigorating life into local landmarks.
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