A BRIERLEY Hill has reopened its doors following a six-figure investment.

The Greene King Corn Exchange on Amblecote Road has undergone a major revamp and six new jobs have been recreated as part of the relaunch.

Mark Burgess, general manager at the Greene King Corn Exchange said: “The Corn Exchange has always been popular with Brierley Hill locals, so we are really excited to be able to provide an even better place for guests to enjoy great food and drink, as well as watching all of the best sporting events.

“The opening was a real success, with everyone commenting on the fantastic revamped interior and improved drinks range. We look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”

As part of the revamp, the interior of the pub has received a design overhaul with a new colour scheme, fittings and flooring.

The bar has been completely refurbished with the addition of a new back bar, and separate areas have been created for dining and watching the latest sporting fixtures.

The drinks menu has also been extended as part of the upgrade, with more craft beers and spirits available for punters.