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Campaigners have been toasting a decision to put at least one traditional pub sign back where it belongs.
Suffolk-based Greene King had replaced some painted signs with modern ones without pictures.
But tonight The Dog and Partridge in Bury St Edmunds is back to how it was and the brewery says it'll have a rethink about the rest
The Suffolk brewer Greene King has today started to change the signs at some of its re-branded pubs back to their original look.
Greene King has changed the sign at Bury St Edmund’s Dog and Partridge pub to the original pictorial pub sign.
Richard Lewis, managing director of Greene King’s local pubs division, said: “The change to the new Flame Grill branding has generally been very well received by our customers.
"However, we do accept that the changes may not be right in all 85 of our Flame Grill pubs and as a result we are looking again at the pictorial signs at some of the more historic pubs.
“We are passionate about our pubs and it is heartening that the local community appears to be just as passionate.”
One of Britain's biggest brewing companies is being accused of cultural vandalism after scrapping traditional pub signs.
Greene King from Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk plans to rebrand 200 of its pubs. Protestors say some now look like supermarket signs.
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A Suffolk brewer has backed down on a decision to scrap traditional pub signs in favour of more modern ones.
A brewing company based in Suffolk, has been accused of cultural vandalism after scrapping more than 200 traditional pub signs.