Henry Potts

A Chester city centre pub which suffered years of troubles is seeing a new lease of life - reborn as ‘The Henry Potts’ following a major investment by the locally based Pubs Ltd estate.

‘Potts’ aims to become the ‘top class city centre local’ in the former basement home of the once hugely popular Fat Cat in Watergate House, Lower Watergate Street.

The Fat Cat closed with the collapse of the parent company in 2013. Since then, there have been several short-lived incarnations, including Linenhall, Mockingbird Taproom, El Sotano and most recently as the Wrexham brewery-owned Big Hand Ale House.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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