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By Thame Gazette - 5th July 2013 3:45pm
The Green Dragon pub, owned by Enterprise Inns, has closed its doors.
A report published in the Thame Gazette on Friday 5th July, states that pub has had a number of landlords in recent years and its closure follows soon after it was announced that another Haddenham pub, The Red Lion, would be replaced by homes.
Haddenham's Chinese restaurant Peking Rendezvous has also shut recently.
An Enterprise spokesman said: "We can confirm that the Green Dragon has temporarily closed following the publican's decision to leave the business.
"The Green Dragon is a beautiful and historic property offering quality food as well as a range of real ales.
"We are now actively recruiting for a new publican to further develop the food offering and drive the business forward. There is huge potential to enhance the outdoor trading area and plans are already underway for Enterprise to invest and build a new patio area for the pub.
"We have already received a good level of interest however anyone interested in finding out more about this pub business opportunity can contact us on 0800 953 0072."
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