115 Stanbridge Road
Haddenham Garden Centre
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By Haddenham Webteam - 20th March 2014 7:30am
The Green Dragon announces it Re-Launch Night, tonight: Thursday 20th March.
On offer to mark the occasion will be Live Music, Haddenham Hoofers and Free Nibbles (but not necessarily in that order!)
So what's new?
- New Owners
- New Menu
- New Chef
The pub will be offering great deals by way of Weekday Lunches and Refreshments:
- 2 courses for £12.50
- Seniors' Lunches
- Coffee Mornings
- Pre-Order Lunches
From April look out for the pub's lovely child-friendly Beer Garden and Food & Drink Festivals!
Bookings are currently being taken for Mother's Day and St George's Day.
Did you know that the Green Dragon is also available for weddings, christenings and wakes, plus any other private function?
Pay the Green Dragon a visit soon: at the southern end of Churchway, Haddenham,
Phone: 01844 690345
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