The Quirky Den: Whitby pub applies to council for outdoor seating and pavement licence

A Whitby pub is seeking permission from North Yorkshire Council for outdoor seating and a licence to serve drinks on the pavement.
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The Quirky Den pub in Whitby has submitted an application for a pavement licence which would grant it permission for outdoor seating outside the premises for serving drinks.

The application has been submitted by Aaron Slater on behalf of the premises which is located at 11 Grape Lane, Whitby.

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The microbrewery, which is located near the Whitby swing bridge, has upstairs seating with views across the harbour.

Quirky Den, Whitby. Google ImagesQuirky Den, Whitby. Google Images
Quirky Den, Whitby. Google Images

The pub currently has a licence permitting it to play recorded music and supply alcohol.

A consultation is currently open and members of the public are able to make representations regarding the application.

Those wishing to make their views known on the application for the pavement licence can contact North Yorkshire Licensing Services in writing at Scarborough Town Hall.

They can also email [email protected].

Representations must be received by the council by Thursday, July 20.

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