A brand-new Wetherspoons pub is set to arrive in Marlow this autumn.

Builders will start work to transform the former M&Co shop in Market Square into a Wetherspoons pub on Monday, April 8.

A spokesperson for the popular pub chain has also confirmed that the new branch will officially open its doors to the public on Tuesday, September 3.

The future boozer has already cycled through one name change – shifting from The Brass Thimble to The Swan Hook back in 2022 – and another presumably definitive one is now on the cards. 

The pub, which is expected to create 50 to 60 full and part-time jobs in the area, will now be known as The Grand Assembly when it opens its doors in six months.

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JD Wetherspoon, a chain owned by Sir Tim Martin that is well-loved across the UK for its discount food and drink, is described on Buckinghamshire Council's planning portal as an arrival that will be "beneficial to the vitality and viability" of Marlow town centre.

The Grand Assembly will operate between 7am and midnight from Sunday to Thursday and from 7am to 1am on Fridays and Saturdays. A beer garden at the back of the building is expected to close at 11pm daily.

Keep an eye on Market Square in the coming weeks for a glimpse of the real-life transformation!