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Black Country pub devastated by flooding re-opens after six months

A Black Country pub that was forced to close its doors for around six months after it was devastated by flooding has re-opened with a new look.

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The Wagon and Horses is now open with a new look

The Wagon and Horses, on Cradley Forge, Brierley Hill, re-opened on Monday with a new lease-of-life after undergoing a full transformation.

The pub was forced to close in March after it was flooded three times in a six-month period as a result of a nearby brook overflowing and a burst drain pipe.

Italian-inspired food is now on the menu in the pub's two dining areas
The pub has been closed since March

Customers can now enjoy a meal in one of the pub's two separate dining spaces, which have a combined capacity of more than 150 people.