Central Lancs

Campaign for Real Ale

Pubs That Closed And Then Later Re-Opened

Below is a list of some of the pubs that have closed in recent years only to then subsequently be re-opened.

All pubs listed were closed for a period of at least 12 months, and were subsequently to re-open. Hopefully more currently closed pubs will be added to this list in the coming years.

1 Bull & Royal, Preston Closed 1974 - closed for over 4 years before RE-OPENING in 1978.
2 Continental, Preston Closed 2007 - closed for almost 18 months before RE-OPENING in 2008.
3 Dog & Partridge, Charnock Richard Closed 2011 - closed for over 18 months before RE-OPENING in 2012.
4 Waterfront (now Waterfront, Ashton) Closed 2010 - closed for over 3 years before RE-OPENING in 2013.
5 White Hart, Chorley Closed 2011 - closed for over 2 years before RE-OPENING in 2013.
6 Crown, Chorley Closed 2012 - closed for about 18 months before RE-OPENING in 2014.
7 Red Cat, Heapey Closed 1978 - not a pub for 36 years before RE-OPENING in 2014.
8 Wheatsheaf, Coppull Closed 2011 - closed for over 3 years before RE-OPENING in 2014.
9 Swan, Higher Walton Closed 2012 - closed for about 2 years before RE-OPENING in 2014.
10 Number 49 (later Fives, Preston) Closed 2006 - closed for over 10 years before RE-OPENING in 2017. Closed again 2019.
11 Dog Inn, Longridge Closed 2009 - closed for 8 years before RE-OPENING in 2017.
12 Hearts Of Oak (now Vinyl Tap, Preston) Closed 2017 - closed for about 18 months before RE-OPENING in 2018.
13 Mood (now Ballers, Preston) Closed 2009 - not a pub for about 9 years before RE-OPENING in 2018.
14 Maguires Tavern (now Baker Street, Preston) Closed 2003 - not a pub for about 16 years before RE-OPENING in 2019.