awning recovered at Princess of Wales

Recovered awnings at The Princess of Wales

13 Jun 2017

Refurbishing awnings is an important part of our service at Morco, a  service which we provide to all new and old customers. Refurbishing  awnings with new covers is a cost effective way of preserving your existing awning by changing  the appearance,  or even creating a completely new logo or text  and fabric colour. At the same time we will check the existing fixings on your old awning and advise of any further repairs required. This example, replacing the old orange covers with new smart grey fabrics, is at the newly refurbished Geronimo Inns pub, The Princess of Wales in Lea Bridge Road, London.

After refurbishment the new-look Princess of Wales combines the best of a traditional London pub with everything you’d expect from a first-rate bar or restaurant. British classics like fish & chips, seasonal pies and juicy burgers appear on their menus but you’ll also spot innovative, home-grown recipes that feature the best of  available regional produce. At the bar, cask ales take pride of place with the addition of  top-notch craft beers. The wines, gins, vodkas and rums follow a similar pattern: firm favourites mixed in with exciting, new flavours.

Lea Bridge road takes its name from Lea Bridge, which crosses the River Lea at Leyton Marshes. The first bridge over the river at this point was built in 1745 to replace a ferry; at the same time. The second road bridge opened circa 1890 and the present third Lea Bridge Road Bridge was opened during August 1995. The name Lea Bridge Road was adopted for an existing lane previously called Mill Field Lane.

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