Ayrshire Post

Down a pint with breakfast during the Rugby World Cup

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owned premises was told it must close earlier at night if it goes ahead with serving beer at 10am.

The meeting heard the chain would consider whether to still open at 10am.

Troon’s Harbour Bar was refused permission to open until 3am for 10 nights in December.

It already has a 2am closing for the month.

The boozer wanted a 2am close on September 28 to marks its 15th anniversar­y but politician­s rejected the applicatio­n.

Dismissing the o c c a s i o n , To r y councillor Bob Pollock said: “Who celebrates 15 years?”

Labour councillor Andy Campbell said: “If we grant 15 years you could come back next year for the 16th anniversar­y. I’m not happy with that.”

The Templehill pub was allowed a 2am close on Saturday, November 2 for Halloween and for two nights during the Live at Troon music festival later this month.

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