The New Inn Yealand

Welcome Back!


Well it’s been a few months and some would say years, but make no mistake, the New Inn is set to win back its past glories and more.

No sooner had Barry Robinson, the Inns new owner completed and his team were straight to work on a refurbishment of the bar, kitchen and dining rooms. Barry explains, ‘what was planned as small refurbishment so we could re open quickly, prior to major work next year, has turned out to be considerably more extensive’.

It’s still a little too early to say when the doors will be opened, but clearly we are talking well before the Christmas festivities commence.

Updates will be on the New Inns Facebook, Twitter and website, keep your eyes peeled!


Read the full story on the New Inn updates here...

Investors raise in excess of £110,000!

We are delighted to announce that our share sales have exceeded £110,000 in a mere 8 weeks since launching the offer. This is a remarkable achievement in such a short time.

Receiving backing from David Morris MP is important as he has influence in Westminster and has tabled an Early Day Motion which highlights The New Inn.

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 54% of Yealand's households invest!

The committee would like to thank everyone for supporting our campaign to reopen our community pub and create a village hub.
We now have 163 investors, which is a fantastic achievement for our three villages.

To date, 54% of our fellow investors are from the Yealands and an extra 32% from immediate surrounding areas: Warton, Arnside and Silverdale as well as support from the rest of the UK & globally.

This represents a massive vote of confidence and is an endorsement of the demand for the New Inn to reopen as a pub and community hub.

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Introduction to The New Inn Yealand

Dating from the 1680's, the New Inn, Yealand has long been a central pillar of the villages of Yealand Conyers, Yealand Redmayne, and Yealand Storrs.

In more recent times, the pub was owned by the local brewers, Hartleys, with Colonel Hartley living just across the road. His method of checking the local families, who ran the pub, were doing a good job, was to taste a half of XB every day.

The pub was the star attraction in the local area, attracting visitors from all over the area, including Lancashire, the Lakes & Yorkshire.

 Help Save the New Inn, Yealand - Own Your Own Pub!

£1 shares are now available to purchase with a minimum of a £250 investment. The offer is open from 19th January 2016 to 29th February 2016.

Be part of the community that is reclaiming its Inn to serve local beers, ales, and locally-sourced food. The pub is the hub, particularly in The Yealands, where the brewer and the villagers once lived together, creating an atmosphere that no national brewery could hope to achieve.

You, too, can now own a piece of history by joining our campaign; spread the word, purchase shares and let's restore the New Inn back to its former glory.

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Restoration of the New Inn

View the progress Barry Robinson (the New Inn's owner) & his team at the Longlands Hotel are making on the restoration project.

"I'm backing this!" David Morris MP

Lancashire MP David Morris shows his support for The New Inn.


Supertramp legend John Helliwell lends his support and encouragement.


Red or Dead

Morecambe-born designer Wayne Hemingway (founder of “Red or Dead” fashion label)  has offered to help us do up the New Inn!


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On the right we have selected links about how you can help out to save the New Inn Yealand or simply find out more about the beautiful area and what to do or where to stay.

If you have any suggestions or would like to make press enquiry, we would love to hear from you: click on contact us and fill in the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

Other Ways to Keep Up to Date

Please visit our latest news section to keep up to date with latest developments of our campaign.

Alternatively, visit our facebook page or twitter feed.

Join the Community Benefit Society

Help our campaign by purchasing shares on our share offer page and get us one step closer to reclaiming the New Inn back from Robinsons Brewery and restore it as the hub of the local community.

If you are interested in finding out more about our plans and vision for the New Inn, please follow this link.

For further financial information, you can visit our business plan page.