Run a Stonegate Pub - Seven Stars Redditch Redditch, Worcestershire

About the Pub

This is a terraced pub situated in the village of Headless Cross in Redditch, the pub features a small bar with 3 rooms, snug at the front, middle trade space and a room at the back that was added 5 years ago so the trade space can be used by different customers without overlapping. The pub has no kitchen and a samll courtyard, part covered. the decoration is in good condition and the ideal publican needs to be showing live sports and a rythim of the week to ensure customers visit.

Regional Manager's Thoughts

Are you looking to run your own pub in the Worcestershire area then look no further than the Severn Stars, a small community pub allows you to get yourself involved with the locals and support the area while running a great boozer showing live sports and hosting live music to keep the regulars and new customers coming back. if you are new to the industry looking for your starter pub or looking to expand your portfolio come and have a chat about this great venue

Surrounding Area

Headless Cross was once a village in its own right, it is thought to be named after Headless Cross farm, which was situated roughly where Vaynor Drive is today. Headless Cross may be derived from Smeethehedley, itself an indication of a role in Feckenham Forest.[4]

Keeping with the Redditch tradition of needle manufacture, Headless Cross once accommodated 3 needle works: the Needle Factory, located where Stonehouse Close is today; Phoenix Works on Birchfield Road and Mount Pleasant Mill on Evesham Road. A large brickworks was situated on Marlpit Lane, as well as a smaller one along Birchfield Road.

There are 2 schools in Headless Cross: The Vaynor First School and Walkwood CE Middle School, both located on Feckenham Road.

Due to its slight altitude advantage, both of Redditch's water towers were built in Headless Cross. The old one still stands having been converted into a private residence. The distinctive shape of the new water tower has become something of a local icon and can be seen dominating the skyline from as far as the Hollybush Inn on Gorcott Hill, approximately 6 km to the east in Warwickshire.

The village also inspired the 1989 Black Sabbath song 'Headless Cross' which features on the album of the same name

There is a social club next door and 4 other pubs within walking distance so competition is fierce for the area.

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