On Wednesday 12 August, Clwyd South MP, Simon Baynes, made a socially distanced visit to The Sun Trevor near Llangollen, to meet with the owners and learn more about how the Sun Trevor team have used the time during lockdown to renovate facilities.
On the visit, Mr Baynes met owners, Paul and Katy Jones, as well as their daughters, Seren and Darcey, and dog, Poppy. He was also joined on the visit by Chirk Town Councillor, Gareth Baines.
Owners, Paul and Katy, used time during lockdown to refurbish areas including the kitchen and toilets, which now have full disabled facilities. And they have been working on converting the nearby stables into holiday lets.
The Sun Trevor team also received the Travellers’ Choice Award on Tripadvisor, for consistently earning great reviews from travellers and for being ranked within the top 10% of hospitality businesses on the site.
Owner, Paul Jones said:
“I want to thank my wife, Katy, and our family and friends for their support and for their hard work at the pub. I’m also extremely grateful to our staff who have worked tirelessly to ensure we could reopen safely and on time. It’s great to finally be able to welcome customers back and we’re so appreciative of everyone’s support.”
Simon Baynes MP said:
“The whole team at The Sun Trevor have done an incredible job earning the Travellers’ Choice Award. Their Quiz evenings on Zoom during lockdown have been a hit with the local community and have really added to The Sun Trevor’s reputation as friendly, community-spirited pub. It’s great to see a local business doing so well and I wish them every success for the future.”