The Black Lion Pub in Salford was broken into by youths last night. The owners of the pub have appealed for help regarding the incident. Here is the message from the owners;

“Last night (8th August) the Black Lion was broken into, 3 youths smashed through a triple bolted front door and then smashed up a few shelves before making off with over £1000 worth of spirits and a small safe under the bar.

They did this and then stole the Help for Heroes Official charity pots we have on the bar, which had a hundred odd quid in it from our generous customers – as a small social enterprise this is gutting for us, and watching it on CCTV made us all sick (especially when they ripped the H4H pots from the bar).

Our insurance company said they would not pay out as it’s not worth it; our excess is over £1000 and our premium would go up, already this month we have had to battle Salford city council on business rates and Enterprise the owners of the building have put beer up! – this is hard for us… we need your support.

If you are out drinking tonight or this weekend, please pop into the The Black Lion and help boost the morale of the staff and help us build the business back up, we live week to week! To lose £1000 like that could cost jobs :(- What hurts the most is the charity pots and the recklessness of these youths, one year after the riots, please share and support your local pub in an hour of need Black Lion, Chapel Street, Salford, M35BZ – Please share this and RT where possible.”

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