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One of Derby's oldest pubs is looking for new members of staff to join the team behind the bar.
The Seven Stars pub, in King Street, is advertising "flexible hours" for several part-time vacancies to fill 30 hours per week.
However, a member of staff behind the bar said one person could fill all 30 hours if they fit the bill.
A sign fixed to the bar says previous experience in the trade is "preferred but not essential".
(Image: George Allen)
Derby historian Maxwell Craven writes in his book, Derby Through its Streets , that the "vernacular brick house" has stood in its King Street spot since 1680.
Mr Craven says the building has been known as the Seven Stars pub since the 1770s.
He points out that the Old Crown Derby Works stood beside the pub from 1849 to 1935, but was demolished in the 1970s.
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