Chickpea Group adds Salisbury venue to its portfolio

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Chickpea Group adds Salisbury venue to its portfolio

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The team behind the Wiltshire-based Chickpea Group have acquired a sixth pub that will reopen this summer.

Located in the village of Pitton near Salisbury, The Silver Plough dates back to the 18th century and will reopen in late August following an initial refurbishment. It will have three large areas for dining inside with space for around 100 covers as well as a beer garden situated at the front of the pub.

As with the groups’ existing sites, the food offer will make use of local suppliers in the south west with a menu of hearty 'pub bangers’.

As part of a two-phase project, Chickpea Group also plans to renovate the upstairs and the old skittle alley to create seven bedrooms with work set to start in spring 2024.   

Chickpea Group was founded by brother and sister Ethan and Jordan Davids, along with their friend Tommy Tullis and operates a selection of pubs with rooms and pizza shops in the southwest of England.

The group's recent opening, The Queen’s Head in Broad Chalke​, is also about to commence works to renovate the upstairs, which will create five more bedrooms, in addition to the existing four which are now open in an annexe building behind the pub. 

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