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Landlord who transformed 'derelict' Eagle and Child pub into award-winning gastro destination leaves after 10 years

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The man who transformed a Ramsbottom pub from a boarded-up shell into the home of one of the top Sunday roasts in the UK has decided to hand over the reins of the business.

When Glen Duckett took over the derelict Eagle and Child inn on Whalley Road in 2011, he knew he wanted to do things a little differently.

In ten years, Glen and his team have turned the pub into a thriving social enterprise that provides disadvantaged young people with the chance to build skills and gain employment in the catering and hospitality industry. READ MORE: The MasterChef contestant serving up food that looks straight out of wonderland It has helped more than 130 people gain valuable work experience to date.

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