WETHERSPOON, founded in 1979, with a national chain of award winning pubs & hotels across the whole of the UK & Ireland, is planning to spend more than £200million on new and existing pubs over the next four years.
As a result, according to the Mirror, 10,000 new jobs would be created in the investment.
Wetherspoons founder Tim Martin said that the company was “looking forward” to opening many more new pubs as well as investing in existing pubs over the next four years.
The company currently operates nearly 900 pubs, including the chain of Lloyds No.1 bars, and a growing number of Wetherspoon hotels. With its headquarters in Watford.
Spoons are set to include new pubs in Bourne in Lincolnshire; Waterford in Ireland; Hamilton in Scotland; Ely in Cambridgeshire; Diss in Norfolk; Felixstowe in Suffolk; Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire; and Prestatyn in North Wales.
Major cities with new facilities coming include London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and Galway
Wetherspoon is renowned for converting unconventional yet attractive premises into pubs and currently employs 44,000 staff.