Greene King's tenanted division, Pub Partners, has taken over two pubs in the West of England, including one co-run by the celebrity chef Anthony Worrall Thompson. The Angel in Heightsbury, Wiltshire, which Greene King acquired late last year, is run by Tim Etchells, founder of the renowned BBC Good Food Show, in partnership with Worrall Thompson . The two are currently refurbishing the pub and plan to re-launch at the beginning of March. Greene King said the new-look Angel will focus on organic food and "aims to carry on the traditions of a thriving community West Country pub". The second acquisition, the 13th century Highwayman's Haunt in Chudley, seven miles from Exeter on the busy A30, boasts four acres of grounds. Licensee Ashleigh Rosser aims to grow organic produce to be used on the pub's menu and in its traditional carvery. Pub Partners' managing director, David Elliott, said: "We are delighted to acquire both of these sites, they are both extremely high quality pubs with lots of potential in their respective communities. Their location in the West continues our focus on that area as a major region for growth."