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Southport Golf Links transformed into eatery

SOUTHPORT is set to welcome a new bar and brasserie in one of its oldest golf clubs as part of a redevelopment by Sefton Hospitality Operations Ltd (SHOL).

Works have started on the former café and clubhouse at Southport Golf Links, which has been closed to the public for the past ten years. It will open its doors to the public later in May.

Open seven days a week, the venue will welcome guests for everything from breakfasts to afternoon teas and cocktails.

Kellie Rixon MBE FIH, SHOL’s Chair, said: “We know that this building is very special to many people in the area who have been hopeful that it would reopen after being empty for so long. So many people have great memories of the White House and we can’t wait to create many more in the years to come. It’s about time it was brought back into use to fulfil its potential.”

Ian Maher, Leader of Sefton Council, said: “This has been a derelict building for over a decade and now we are transforming the White House through major investment and expert regeneration.

“This is an iconic building on the verges of England’s oldest municipal golf links, and it means a great deal to the people of Southport.”

SHOL was created with a mission to provide exceptional customer experiences at great facilities, while meeting the needs of the area’s residents and businesses.

The White House is one of a collection of properties that is being considered for redevelopment as part of a long-term strategy for reinvestment. The team also has plans for the launch of a further venue coming later this year at Bootle Town Hall, and will again operate The Beach House, food and drink concession at Ainsdale Beach.

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