Ely’s riverside is going to be the place to be for the young and old now with the Maltings set to reopen this week.
The building will once again become the heart of the riverside as a place to have something to eat, see the latest film or stop for a cup of tea.
The reopening follows a complete renovation of the building from the kitchen to the conference rooms to a whole new roof. This took place while Leith’s – a renown expert in catering and hospitality working in such places as the Royal Albert Hall and Somerset House won the contract to run the building.
The doors will be opening on Thursday 26 March for the public to come in and test the facilities ahead of a launch event on 2 April.
Cllr Fred Brown, Leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: “The Maltings is a key building for the regeneration of Ely’s riverside and we are glad to have it back. In these difficult economic times, going out for an evening meal, taking in a bit of culture or even a quick drink helps to make things a little better and can briefly take your mind off the state of the world. All the things that make the Maltings great will be coming back from the cinema, conference facilities and restaurant.
“The building will be open to the public from 26 March ahead of the official opening on the 2 April as Leith’s test all the new equipment and facilities to make sure they are all working well. So please come on down, have a cup of tea or a snack and let us know what you think of the place. We think you will like it so it can once again be the place to be on a Friday or Saturday night.”
For more information please contact the Maltings on 01353 662633.