Pub's boss raises glass to 25 years

A CUMBERNAULD licensee is celebrating after working at a pub for a quarter of a century.

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Janette Marshall, who started at Jack Snipe as a part-time cleaner 25 years ago, kicked off the celebrations by helping to give the pub a new look.

The pub, in Glenacre Road, was recently refurbished thanks to a joint investment by Janette and owner Punch Taverns.

Janette, who took over the lease of the pub 12 years ago, said: "The pub looks fantastic, they have done a brilliant job."

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