Two Gloucester city centre pubs have reopened their doors.
Voltage, in Brunswick Road, and The Union, in Westgate Street, both shut in recent weeks.
But both venues have reopened.
Molly's Bar is the new name for The Union. Landlady Jackie Nesbitt, whose nickname is Molly, said: "I wanted a new challenge and I didn't want to see this pub closed. It is in a great location and it will make a fantastic Irish pub.
"Molly's Bar seemed like a fitting name because it is my nickname and it was my grandmother's name too."
She is planning to start serving food from Easter and is looking to turn it into a live music venue too.
Voltage reopened last Saturday under licensee Lewis Taylor. His bar manager Kelly Owen said today that they were considering changing the name back to Sloanes.
"Everybody still calls it Sloanes," she said. "We might go back to that name although not for a bit. Obviously it costs a lot of money to change the signs so we will see how things go first.
"We are planning to bring it back to doing food both day and night. There are very few places in Gloucester for families to come for a meal together."
They too are looking to put on a live band at least once a month.