Posted: Wed 26th Feb 2020

Updated: Wed 26th Feb

Halfway House set to reopen in May says new owner

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales

A well known Connah’s Quay pub is set to reopen in May according to its new owner.

The Halfway House on Church Street was sold at auction on Tuesday.

The pub closed in 2018 and was put on the market at the time for £600,000.

The pub sold for around £50,000 more than the guide price of £185,000.

In a post on Facebook, new owner Shaun Ketley said:

“The pub will be re-opening “hopefully beginning of May 2020.”

It will be kept as a pub and eating house along with some live entertainment.

We would appreciate you to like and share our page to support local businesses.

This is a family run pub which is nothing to do with breweries we are a free house.”


A petition to save the pub was launched in January by Connah’s Quay Councillor Andy Dunbobbin, it gained over 500 signatures.

Cllr Dunbobbin said today: “I am pleased to hear of the news surrounding the purchase of the Halfway House in Connahs Quay.

It is positive outcome for the 500+ people who signed the petition setup only last month.”

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