Yummy Pubs, the award-winning company led by Carlsberg marketing executive Tim Foster and Anthony Pender, is set to open its third pub. The new site is The Somers Town Coffee House in central London, a Charles Wells Pub Company venue. Yummy Pubs, which own the Wiremill in Felbridge, Surrey and the Grove Ferry in Canterbury Kent, have negotiated new terms for the historic site located between Euston and St Pancras International stations. Pender said: “We are thrilled to have such a prominent site in the centre of London. Like our existing sites Somers Town Coffee House is bursting with character, has plenty of space and potential to create our own concept with the usual array of original ideas.” The team at Yummy Pubs have been working on potential projects with Charles Wells for the past 18 months. It is understood that The Somers Town Coffee House became available at short notice, it is the first in a number of projects the two companies plan to work on together. Peter Wells, managing director of Charles Wells Pub Company, said: “Adding yet another exceptional award winning operator to our business demonstrates just how we are looking to grow the future of our pubs. Anthony, Jason and Tim have some fantastic ideas for the pub, we are confident they will deliver in their own unique way”. The site opens tomorrow (Wednesday 19 October) after some minor alterations, with a planned launch party in early November. The site will be transformed into what is commonly referred to as a “Yummy Pub” by the group.