A multi-millionaire couple who saved Woolserys derelict pub have had their first successful opening.Michael and Xochi Birch, who founded social network Bebo and sold it for $850million, bought the Farmers Arms pub and Manor House in October. Plans to restore the two buildings to their former glory are months away from being submitted, but in the meantime, the couple has bought the fish and chip shop, which has re-opened after a refurbishment. Speaking from his San Francisco home, Mr Birch told the Gazette it was a moment of madness. He said: It made me feel very English; being American one has to keep clinging onto these things. It was a relatively small project compared to the pub, but it is an important part of the village nonetheless. Mr Birch said he was looking forward to visiting the chip shop soon, as good fish and chips are hard to come by in Silicon Valley. Manager Jay Oyarzarbal said the shop made everything in-house, using sustainable fish and local meat. He added: Weve had a really good response so far and were happy to be here.