A PUB and restaurant in Menai Bridge has closed its doors for the final time.

The Liverpool Arms’ owners Carys and Robert Broadhead confirmed the news on Sunday (November 12), with Saturday having been its last day of business.

In a statement, they said the decision to close the nautical-themed pub, on St George’s Road, is due to a “combination of factors beyond our control”.


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Robert is said to also be recovering from a heart attack which he suffered last week.

A statement from The Liverpool Arms on Sunday read: “It is with a heavy heart we must announce that we closed the doors of The Liverpool Arms for the last time last night.

“We would like to thank everyone that has supported us over all the years, our staff – both past and present, our friends and family, our customers old and new, and the people of Menai Bridge for welcoming us into their community for over a decade.

“We have met some amazing people and will miss you all. We wish all our staff the very best of luck in their next chapters.

“It has not been an easy decision to make, but due to a combination of factors beyond our control over the last few years, it has reached a point where trading is no longer viable.

“Also, as you may or may not know, Bob had a heart attack last week. He is now back home and recovering.

“I would like to thank everybody who supported us and messaged offering their support and help during the time he was in Ysbyty Glan Clwyd and this very stressful last week.

“We are devastated that our 13 years at ‘The Livvy’ has to end this way – It’s been one hell of a ride.”