By Haddenham Webteam - 27th December 2013 3:30pm
Looking to celebrate the New Year in Haddenham? The local pubs will be a good choice, and all are open and looking forward to enjoying a fun night, seeing out 2013 and welcoming in 2014!
Here's a summary of what's on offer:
Bucks Fizz on arrival, plus a 3-course meal (menu available on request) followed by tea and coffee, all for £27.95 per head (please book in advance: Tel: 01844 690345).
Or if you just want to come and join in the festivities, the Green Dragon is open for everyone to celebrate the New Year — no admission charge and they're open till 1.30am !
Fun for all in the company of DJs Deep & Lloyd on the Wheels of Steel — contemporary music from yesteryear and today: all the favourites plus requests! Free entry and free nibbles, from 8pm till late.
The usual range of wonderful beers, great company and a festive atmosphere on tap until everyone goes home!
Rose & Thistle
Spas and his staff welcome all fun loving locals to the RaT for New Year's Eve — open as normal until at least 1am
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