Heritage Inns plans to continue expanding following the continued success of its latest opening. Hydes has so far invested £5m in the 'premium pub' concept since the first opened in 2002. The latest opening, The John Millington in Cheadle Hulme, is the fourth Heritage Inn. It continues the style of the other Heritage Inns, with high quality food and authentic surroundings, true to their local character. The John Millington is a restoration of a 300 year-old Grade II listed building. Since opening in August it has beaten Hydes's trading records and continues to grow. Managing director of Hydes, Chris Hopkins, said: "To date we have redesigned two existing Hydes pubs into the Heritage Inns concept, and have acquired two sites with the specific intention of developing them in this way. The results have been fantastic both in terms of revenue and customer feedback." The fifth Heritage Inns pub will be The Jolly Thresher in Lymm, opening later this year, and Hydes continues to look for more sites.