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Good News!

The Green Dragon will be re-opening very soon, and hopefully by the end of January — yay !!

The new management team is now looking to recruit staff, and here are the details, courtesy of Matt Wood:

The Green Dragon is currently looking for staff at all levels and both front and back of house:

Bar and Waiting Staff

We are looking for enthusiastic and hard-working people to join our small and ambitious team. Experience is not essential but a friendly and bubbly personality is!

We have both part-time and full-time positions available. If you are interested please drop Matt an email at hello@bluebellaroos.com

Chefs and Kitchen Assistant Jobs

We are also looking for enthusiastic and hard-working folks the catering front.

Again there are positions for both part-time and full-time staff

If you are interested please send Matt an email at: info@greendragonhaddenham.co.uk

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