New canopy at the Duke of Sussex

15 Aug 2016

This is an interesting small canopy made by us especially for the entrance to the pub; it  comprises four ribs, three panels with graphics on the front panel. Whether your project is large or small our designers will always invest their time to come up with the perfect solution.

The Duke of Sussex food is simple and harks back to the days when the British Pub first came. It is inspired by the Alehouses & Taverns and the open fire cooking that was used at that time. they use only  the best fresh seasonal British produce which they  can find, through a carefully chosen list of suppliers. 

The Duke of Sussex was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was conferred on 27 November 1801 upon The Prince Augustus Frederick, the sixth son of George III. He was made Baron Arklow and Earl of Inverness, at the same time, also in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The title became extinct in 1843

 

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