Kellyseye work with Blind Tiger Inns on huge refurbishment

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The Talbot

On Friday 19th May, The Talbot reopened its doors after closing for a major £320,000 refurbishment and it looks amazing! The amount of work gone into creating the pub which now rivals any in Lancashire has been phenomenal and Kellyseye are proud to have been a part of it!

Part of the Blind Tiger Inns group, The Talbot is a community pub based in Euxton, Lancashire and the massive investment from Star Pubs & Bars has ended the uncertainty about the pub’s future.


Transforming both the interior and exterior of the pub, the venue has returned to being the community hub for Euxton, attracting a range of people and ages. Outside, the tired look has been replaced by attractive features and contemporary furniture; making it a desirable place to sit and enjoy the summer ahead.

A boards and correx boards supplied by Kellyseye are clearly visible from the main road outside the pub, encouraging customers to come and enjoy some of the fantastic daily offers the pub now hosts. Marketing continues through the pub internally with large format digital media screens and more point of sale also supplied by Kellyseye.

A contemporary menu has been launched to mirror the now modern and quirky venue. Menus designed by Kellyseye have been a huge hit with customers as the pub now offers pizzas, burgers and sharers as well as an extensive drinks menu.

The refurbishment has been a huge success and well received by the whole community who are glad to see it open again! Once again, another great project for the whole team at Kellyseye to work on!

Why they love it!

“It was great to work with Kellyseye on our most recent project. Euxton is close to my heart so I wanted to get it right and believe we did with help from many parties including Kellyseye. The Adgen digital signage looks great inside the pub and the design of all the advertising promotions and marketing materials were brilliant. I look forward to working with the team again in future projects.”

 Chris Tulloch, Managing Director at Blind Tiger Inns

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