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garth

The open courtyard of a cloister, often a lawn.
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Rent was reduced to pounds 87,000, but the Garths ploughed in more than pounds 50,000 in a bid to keep the pub afloat.
Paul Andrews Garth, who gave up the lease to the pub about three weeks ago, said he was sorry to have left.
Mr Garth, who ran the business with wife Helen for two-and-a-half years, said he gave up the lease under the impression the pub would stay open and he was shocked to hear it had shut.
But Mr Garth, who has 20 years in the pub trade, said the business had struggled, despite the fact that it was 12% busier this year than last year.