Diss Cue Club sale awaits offers to be tabled
The owners of Diss Cue Club are hoping to put someone else in the frame as they have put the business, that has been in family for 38 years, up for sale.
The Sawmills Road club is a popular venue, not just for snooker and pool, but live music nights and its social club.
Owner Richard Pacy has decided to make the big break as he wants to retire.
His father, John, who started the business in 1981, said: “It’s only been on the market a week, so we’ll see what offers come in.
“But we’re not in a hurry to sell, after all, business will gather pace over the coming months with the snooker world championship going on.”
The club started in 1981, in a converted factory unit in Mission Road, before moving to its current home in 2008.
The building is on the market for £635,000, with the sale of the business, which has seven pool tables and 10 snooker tables, to be negotiated separately.
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