Chain makes move for DeGrey's

Plans have been submitted to turn De Grey's into a Wildwood restaurant.

Plans have been submitted to turn De Grey's into a Wildwood restaurant.

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A RESTAURANT chain wants to take over the former De Grey’s tearoom in Ludlow.

A planning application has been submitted to turn the former iconic tearooms into a Wildwood restaurant.

The application says the move would create around 40 jobs in Ludlow and would use locally sourced food.

It also states that Wildwood restaurants typically open from mid-morning to late at night. Meals will comprise of grilled dishes, pizzas, pasta and burgers with an emphasis on ‘affordable’ food aimed at all ages. No internal alternations to the historical core of the building are proposed.

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12:42pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Ian Griffiths 45 says...

My only reservation on this restaurant, is the smoking situation,If there is going to be tables and chairs outside on the pavement. with no Ashtrays .It still may cause smokers to stand outside on the pavement at the front of the building, instead of the designated area at the back.Also as a disabled person who uses a walking stick and sometimes a wheelchair having tables and chairs on the pavement may cause obstruction.And i feel the Councils Planning board need to air these issues before granting them planning permission.Or at least set some ground rules down
My only reservation on this restaurant, is the smoking situation,If there is going to be tables and chairs outside on the pavement. with no Ashtrays .It still may cause smokers to stand outside on the pavement at the front of the building, instead of the designated area at the back.Also as a disabled person who uses a walking stick and sometimes a wheelchair having tables and chairs on the pavement may cause obstruction.And i feel the Councils Planning board need to air these issues before granting them planning permission.Or at least set some ground rules down Ian Griffiths 45
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