A HAWARDEN pub had a VIP visitor – but he didn’t order garlic bread.
Staff at the recently reopened Glynne Arms were shocked when comedian Peter Kay called in for lunch last week.
Hawarden Estate manager Alan Downes said the funnyman – who famously described garlic bread as ‘the future’ – called in last Monday.
“He was with a friend and asked for a quiet table in the dining room,” said Alan.
“They shared a platter which included a Hawarden Estate pork pie. We hope he enjoyed it and that he’ll visit us again!”
For more information on the pub, visit www.theglynnearms.co.uk.