Twickenham rugby pub opens after refurb

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A popular Twickenham pub has reopened after a complete makeover.

Fuller’s-owned ale house The Cabbage Patch, on Twickenham High Street, has a new look after being closed for two weeks while work was carried out.

Popular with rugby fans heading to nearby Twickenham stadium, the new look was unveiled to drinkers on February 10.

"The outside of the pub has been redecorated, letting everyone know that The Cabbage Patch has had some TLC," said a Fuller's spokesman.

"The garden is where most people will notice the difference, where wall-to-wall concrete has been replaced by a fantastic outside space ensuring the legendary Cabbage Patch pre-match atmosphere will continue."

Stuart Green, manager of The Cabbage Patch, said: "I’m delighted with the changes that have been made to the pub.

"The Cabbage Patch is as legendary in rugby circles as Twickenham Stadium itself and I can’t wait to show off its new look to our customers."

The new look is sure be tested by drinkers ahead of England's first home fixture in the RBS Six Nations, against Wales, on February 25.

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