Architectural practice, Cassidy & Ashton, has continued its long-running relationship with Lancashire-based brewery Daniel Thwaites, winning contracts to revamp several pubs.
Among the pubs to be upgraded are the Brown Cow, Lancaster; the Miners Arms, Astley; the Fox Tavern, Stalybridge; the Royds Arms, Rochdale; the Queens Hotel, Littleborough; the Duke of Sussex, Hyde and the Horse and Harrier, Bradford.
Andrew Buchanan, director of pub operations at Daniel Thwaites, which owns 350 pubs, said: "We are committed to ensuring that all our pubs are comfortable and appealing. Cassidy and Ashton has proven in previous refurbishments that they have the skills and knowledge to meet our brief. We look forward to working with them on future projects."
The project is expected to take up to four months to complete.