Noel Gallagher said on Absolute Radio today that he will ‘never’ reunite with his brother and ex-Oasis bandmate Liam Gallagher.
In happier Noel related news, a much-loved pub, The Glasshouse Inn visited by former Oasis rocker, Noel Gallagher is set to reopen at the start of summer 2023 after closing at the end of summer 2022. The Glasshouse Inn, in May Hill, Longhope, announced its closure on August 30 last year and is planning to reopen on June 1 this year
"There will never be a reunion with my brother Liam"
– Noel Gallagher, April 2023 pic.twitter.com/hxF8KV8Mft
— Oasis Mania (@OasisMania) April 24, 2023
The Glasshouse Inn is set to reopen
The Glasshouse Inn, set at the foot of May Hill, was once frequented by The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft and Oasis star Noel Gallagher. The quintessentially British pub dates all the way back to 1450 when it began as a spit-and-sawdust cider house. In recent times, it become well known for its selection of local ales and wholesome roast dinner.
The closure was explained in a Facebook post as being linked to an injury suffered by the landlady. It has since been announced that she is now “fully fit” and is looking to recruit staff to reopen.
News of the Glasshouse’s planned reopening has delighted locals, who have left messages of support and love on community Facebook groups. A typical message reads:
“This is great news that you’re better and great that you are opening up again.”
It was all very different last August when a shock notice appeared on the pub’s social media accounts. A post signed by Alison said:
“Following my recent injury, I am unable to continue to work to the standards we have strived so hard to give.
“Once I have recovered fully from my accident, we hope to be able to recruit more staff and reopen. I am unsure, at present, how long this will take.”
The pub and restaurant, at the foot of May Hill, has a 4.5 average star review out of five stars on Tripadvisor. There was praise for the food, service, and location – as it is so close to the May Hill beauty spot.
On Tripadvisor, one reviewer wrote:
“Great to have a peaceful meal out , service very polite food good and plenty of choice. Bar as well for just a drink too beer garden very pretty and endless walking options in stunning countryside. Do check as it gets booked up for meals.”
While another said:
“We had a superb meal in the lovely atmosphere of this old pub. The fish was fresh and delicious, the venison was cooked to perfection and served with a tasty peppercorn sauce. The crème brûlée was also really good. The place was busy and the service friendly and welcoming.”