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CAMRA Award - Rising Sun
CAMRA Award - Rising Sun

We are delighted to report that the Rising Sun, under the very capable stewardship of Liam and Silvie Kittle, has been recognised in the latest Awards by the Central & Southern Division of CAMRA.

The very popular Haddenham pub is the Winner of the Pub of the Year Award 2019 in the Aylesbury & Wycombe region of the Campaign for Real Ale — voted for by CAMRA members in competition with several hundred other very good pubs in the area.

Not only that, but the Rising Sun was also a finalist across the whole Central Southern Region — that's a shortlist of just three among several thousand excellent pubs in the region.

Our warmest congratulations to Liam & Silvie — very much deserved!

Pictured, left to right, are Carl Griffin, Regional Director of the Central Southern Region of CAMRA, pub hosts Liam & Silvie, and local CAMRA member and real ale fan Bill Piers.

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