Grosvenor Casino Huddersfield to create 19 new jobs following £350,000 refurbishment

A Yorkshire casino plans to create 19 new jobs following its £350,000 transformation.

Grosvenor Casino Huddersfield is undergoing a £350,000 refurbishment.

Construction is underway to refurbish Grosvenor Casino Huddersfield, at Folly Hall Mills, into an all-round entertainment experience.

Changes include an improved area for games including roulette and blackjack, as well as a new food and drinks menu. Live entertainment is expected to return from November in time for party season.

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The venue, which first opened in 2002, will relaunch on Friday, October 22.

It will remain open during the refurbishment.

General manager Garry Oldfield said: “Local venues have been through a tough time in Huddersfield and we’re looking forward to bringing back great nights out, as well as helping to create lots of job opportunities for local people.

“This is a significant investment in the town’s hospitality sector and shows our commitment to creating a modern venue for friends and family to enjoy the thrill and excitement of visiting the casino again.

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