Sir Jack, Rotherham: Popular Yorkshire pub reopens following extensive million-pound refurbishment including its Wacky Warehouse

The popular Rotherham pub, Sir Jack, has reopened to the public with its newly refurbished Wacky Warehouse following six-figure renovation.

The pub on Moorhead Way, Bramley, reopened on June 7, 2024 after its extensive transformation including a revitalisation of its existing pub and adjoining Wacky Warehouse.

Sir Jack closed its doors at the start of May while there was a major refurbishment both inside and outside.

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The inside has received a complete transformation, including new furniture, contemporary decor and upgraded toilets. The colour scheme is brighter and modern facilities have been installed throughout, the pub is now a hub for people of all ages where they can enjoy the new and improved space.

Outside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)Outside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)
Outside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)

The site also boasts an open plan layout with a vibrant and fresh design and is now zoned into three different areas; a bar area, sports area and restaurant to cater to all taste buds.

For the first time since opening, the adjoining Wacky Warehouse space has been completely revamped, with the party area receiving an entire rebuild to create a warmer and welcoming space to celebrate milestones and ensuring guests have the best party experience from start to finish.

There is now free WiFi available throughout the ‘grown up’ area and an improved cafe; adults can enjoy a relaxing coffee and cake while the kids explore the new play areas, making for an enjoyable afternoon for all the family.

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The outdoor area has also been renovated, with a new covered canopy, improved comfortable seating, mood lighting and upgraded heating, which means guests can enjoy this perfect spot with a drink or a bite to eat whatever the weather.

Sir Jack's Wacky Warehouse. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)Sir Jack's Wacky Warehouse. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)
Sir Jack's Wacky Warehouse. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)

The pub serves a breakfast menu from 9am every day and will also retain the same popular all-day food menu that the community knows and is fond of, including its famous carvery serving a variety of delicious meats, golden roasts and home-made Yorkshire puddings.

There are also more drinks on offer including local favourites such as Greene King IPA, Abbott and Old Speckled Hen, as well as a range of spirits, wines, and cocktails and mocktails, plus no and low options.

The pub has a sports offering and is registered on the Greene King Sports app, meaning those who enjoy sports can take advantage of 10 per cent off all drinks on matchdays. With multiple TVs offering Sky and TNT Sport, the pub will be showing all major matches for fans to enjoy, including all Euros and boxing fixtures.

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Inside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)Inside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)
Inside of Sir Jack pub. (Pic credit: Dean Atkins / Greene King)

The investment has provided several job opportunities for the local community with the pub team having expanded by eight new positions for locals in both the front and back of house.

General manager of the Sir Jack, Martin Jones-South, said: “Our team at Sir Jack is excited to be re-establishing ourselves as a pub that is at the heart of the community and can’t wait to welcome back both new and old customers to showcase our improved offering.

“The revamp has brought a whole new lease of life to the pub, and we’re confident that customers will love our new facilities!”

The Sir Jack hosts a regular schedule of events, including its popular friends and family event on the first Tuesday of every month.

The pub is located on Moorhead Way, Bramley, Rotherham, S66 1YY.

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