Guernsey

Prince of Wales Licensee submits plans for beer garden

Plans for Prince of Wales beer garden
Image caption Ms Marion said the aim of the beer garden was to stop the loss of trade during the summer months

A Guernsey publican hopes to open an outdoor area to make the most of summer trade.

Randalls Brewery, which owns the Prince of Wales, has applied to turn a car park at the top of Smith Street, in St Peter Port, into a beer garden.

If approved a bar, toilets, terraced area, raised stone bench, sliding steel entrance gate and glazed balustrade would be built.

A public consultation on the plans is due to close on 6 March.

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