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Channel 5 Star Bailiff Paul Bohill Revives East Yorkshire Pub, Bringing Life to Hollym Village

In a heartwarming turn of events, Channel 5 star bailiff Paul Bohill has breathed new life into an East Yorkshire pub, rejuvenating The Plough Inn in the village of Hollym near Withernsea.

Best known for his calm demeanour on the Channel 5 show “Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away,” Paul Bohill, along with his business partner Andrew Ward, took on the challenge of reviving the once-dire state of The Plough Inn. Their efforts culminated in a grand reopening, welcoming hundreds of patrons over the Bank Holiday weekend.

The pub, which had faced closure like many others across the country, received a significant facelift under Paul and Andrew’s stewardship. The duo organized a two-day beer festival during the May bank holiday, featuring performances by five local bands. Despite the uncertain weather, the beer garden was bustling with activity as visitors flocked to enjoy the festivities.

Paul Bohill expressed his delight at the successful reopening, stating, “It’s the biggest event the village has had in 50 years.” He emphasized the importance of The Plough Inn’s revival amidst a backdrop of pub closures nationwide, noting the positive impact on the local community.

Visitors to the revamped pub have praised the transformation, relishing the welcoming atmosphere and the range of offerings, from pool teams and walkers to complimentary hot drinks in the cosy indoor space.

The East Yorkshire coast, known for its hidden gems and stunning landscapes, including the dramatic coastline and vast stretches of beach, provides the perfect backdrop for The Plough Inn’s revival. The pub’s newfound vibrancy adds to the charm of Hollym village, drawing in both locals and tourists alike.

As pubs continue to face challenges, the success story of The Plough Inn serves as a beacon of hope for other struggling establishments, demonstrating the potential for rejuvenation and community revitalization.

With Paul Bohill’s intervention, The Plough Inn stands as a testament to the resilience and spirit of East Yorkshire, showcasing the power of determination and collective effort in restoring a beloved local institution to its former glory.

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