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This Saturday (21st December) is 'Christmas Party' day at the Green Dragon pub, and everyone is invited! There will be live music and nibbles provided free of charge.

We are also open on Christmas Day for drinks, from 12 noon-3pm.

Bookings are being taken for New Years Eve: £27.95 per person for a Bucks Fizz on arrival, plus a 3-course meal (menu available on request) followed by tea and coffee.

But if you just want to come and join in the festivities, we're open for everyone to celebrate the New Year with us. Needless to say, there's no admission charge and we're open till 1.30am !

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