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PICTURES: See inside Inverness's newest pub

By Gregor White

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Blackfriars pub has reopened its doors following a £1.36 million investment.

The move has transformed the Academy Street venue into a high-quality pub together with nine new letting rooms.

It was made possible by a £422,606 grant from the Inverness Townscape Heritage Project, together with a £689,200 investment by the building’s owners, Heineken’s Star Pubs and Bars, and a further £250,000 from the pub’s new operator Billy McAneney.

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