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Kate Duffy and partner Matt have just taken over the Green Dragon here in Haddenham, and re-opened the country dining pub on Saturday 30th January.

Says Kate: "We would love all Haddenham residents and those living in towns and villages close by to pop in for a drink and to say hello."

"Please like our Facebook page and we will keep you up to date."

"We look forward to getting to know the you, and hope you enjoy our friendly atmosphere and good food."

Staff Needed:

Kate & Matt are looking for full-time experienced waiting and bar staff.
If interested or for more details, please email:
info@greendragonhaddenham.co.uk

Or telephone: 01844 292826

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