A BURNHAM-on-Sea pub is set to reopen next month following a £600,000 facelift.

The Reeds Arms in Pier Street, Burnham-on-Sea, has undergone an extensive refurbishment for the first time since it opened in May 2004.

The pub has been completely redecorated - it has a new colour scheme, new lighting and new carpet has been installed throughout, with existing furniture reupholstered and refurbished.

The ladies and gents toilets have also been completely refurbished and redecorated.

In the beer garden, new seating has been installed with booth seats facing the sea and in the front of house new self-service coffee machines and improved bar dispensing equipment has been installed.

Behind the scenes, new pizza ovens have been installed in the kitchen and new staff facilities have been added.

Oli Haskins, pub manager of The Reeds Arms, said he is excited for customers to see the new pub when it reopens on June 7.

He said: “Wetherspoon has spent £600,000 on The Reeds Arms, providing further investment into the town, in the pubs 15th anniversary year.

“Myself and my team are looking forward to welcoming customers back into the pub and we are confident that they will be impressed by the refurbishment of the building.”