A Bolton pub has reopened after its sudden closure two months ago. 

The Moss Rose in Kearsley announced in late March that it had shut due to "unforeseen circumstances"

A couple of days later, it could be seen boarded up, with metal sheets bolted across the doors and windows on the ground floor. 

The announcement at the time said: "Please note due to unforeseen circumstances the Moss Rose will be temporarily closed from this evening.

"Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause."

Now, it has been reopened and has already started putting on special events.

The Bolton News: The pub when it was boarded upThe pub when it was boarded up (Image: NQ)

Events are also being advertised on its Facebook page such as pub quizzes, bingo nights and the recent FA Cup final between Manchester United and Manchester City. 

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The Moss Rose is run by Punch Pubs and Co. 

A Punch Pubs and Co spokesperson said: “We can confirm that the Moss Rose in Kearsley is open to the public and trading as normal. 

“We know that this is a well-loved pub locally, so we will be sure to update the community on any changes in the near future.” 

The Moss Rose also closed back in 2015, with then management saying it was due to competition from other public houses. 

But the Manchester Road pub opened just weeks later after a new tenant was found by Punch Pubs and Co.