By Haddenham Webteam - 30th August 2019 8:45pm
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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