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Helmsman1946
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I Googled Broadshaven and it came up with the Bungalow Organisation minutes from October which said much work done and opening for Easter If we get a sunny day I might go up to see but suspect Expilot may pop up by then he may know!

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Was chatting to the new owner a few days ago.  He is still hoping to be up and running this Easter, but, he is sensible enough to appreciate that he cannot re-open the Broadshaven unless it is fully finished.  He has had hundreds of hours work done at the pub.  Visitors will be impressed by the changes.  I wish him every success.  He has ploughed thousands of pounds into the business.  He has enthusiasm by the barrowload and is in the business 'for the long-term.'  I wish him all the good luck in the world.  Potter needs a successful riverside pub.

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We certainly wish him luck and being local will use his establishmentioned! Here's hoping plenty of other people do the same, as this really could be our last chance!The old saying "if you don't use it, you will lose it" comes to mind!  

Tanner.

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Yes as ive said a goldmine waiting to be exploidted ,we used to love the place

kindest regards . malcolm wilkinson

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We enjoy a river trip to Potter, and the facilities there seem to have been improving in recent years after a bit of a downward spiral. The tea rooms are great for breakfast , lunch or afternoon tea and we enjoy a wander round the boats for sale ( never know what could take our fancy and prompt a swap!) so to have a good riverside pub too will be another attraction. The very best of luck to the new owners ( or leaseholders ?) who seem to be putting  lots of effort and time and money into the place. Are they local by the way?

Karen

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Just to pick up on Karen's point , must admit potter heigham Is slowly on the up as Karen put it , it did spiral down for a few years , but potter is nicely coming along , with lathams , side shops , even two extra food stores that are open to late , ( IE post office , petrol station ) the falgate inn , is great and always visit when there , but do miss the riverside pub there , I won't go there with the fish and chip shop  Question Tinhat

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Fish and chip shop ? We "don't go there"  either Steve!  Wink  

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The Burger Bar is also very good! They serve the best hot dogs & burgers on The Broads! They also put an English breakfast in a huge baguette for a fiver! I can recommend that!  

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Oh yes...The Burger Bar does serve some tasty stuff. Very much one of my guilty pleasures when in Potter I’m afraid.  Blush  Smile

John

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