Grangemouth Lodge looks to open up its premises

A lodge in Grangemouth has been given the go-ahead to make changes to its premises to “future proof” the business.
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Lodge Zetland, on Bo'ness Road, Grangemouth, outlined its plans to members of Falkirk Council Licensing Board - and won their backing.

The board agreed the Lodge could add to the list of activities it can offers events such conferences and seminars, as well as weddings and funerals.

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Sandy Todd, secretary of Lodge Zetland, said: "We're trying to future-proof the business.

"Like all licenced premises and clubs we've got to look at ways of sustaining our business and we see opportunities within the local community and working with local businesses."

The board also agreed that children attending functions with their parents can stay until the end.

"We've been established since 1969 in Bo'ness Road and we'd like to be established for a long number of years, and opening it up to do more with the function hall," said Mr Todd.

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