A pub is looking for new tenants just three months after it reopened under new owners.

The Hollybush on Corn Street in Witney reopened with a launch party at the end of April with co-owners Richard Turner and Dan Woolaston saying "business is buzzing".

Mr Woolaston, who is originally from Wakefield in West Yorkshire, spent all his working life in hospitality around Witney, starting as a chef at The Fleece on Church Green aged 15.

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Mr Turner is former owner of the Corncroft Guest House in Corn Street, and runs The Maybush at Newbridge.

Cotswold Journal: The Hollybush in Witney

“The response from local people has been really really good as lots and lots of people know us," said Mr Woolaston.

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Now three months later Greene King is advertising for new tenants for the "popular modern dining pub".

Its advertisement states: "The pub has traditionally been popular with customers looking for high quality food, premium drinks and great service."

It adds: "The pub is now ready for a new operator and this is your chance to build upon solid foundations and put your own spin on the pub."

Cotswold Journal: The Hollybush in Witney

The Hollybush has held 2 AA Rosettes for Culinary Experience in the past and won numerous other awards.

The kitchen at the pub is now closed. However the pub is still open for drinks until a new landlord is found.

Greene King has been contacted.