Fife pub gets approval for outdoor seating

Railway Tavern, Cardenden (Pi c: Google Maps)Railway Tavern, Cardenden (Pi c: Google Maps)
Railway Tavern, Cardenden (Pi c: Google Maps)
New plan to help with social distancing among customers

Fife Council has approved plans to provide outdoor seating at the Railway Tavern in Cardenden.

Applicant Alison Duncan got the go ahead after applying for a relaxation agreement to her licence.

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The seating will be placed at the front of the pub on Cardenden Road and behind in their patio area.

The new outdoor area will be policed during opening times, and all customers will be asked to adhere to rules the pub has put in place to keep the area safe and tidy.

Fife Council agreed to plan until April 2021 subject to conditions.

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After April 7, the seating should be removed and the sites reinstated. No music should be played so as to be audible to customers within the outdoor seating area.

> Hannah Brown is the Local Democracy Reporter for Fife & Angus

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