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It's hard to believe it, but Bluebella Roos @ The Green Dragon is nearly one year old — the new team took over this popular village pub in late January 2016 and since then Simon and colleagues have been working hard to achieve their aim of delivering "fine dining without the fuss!"

They've asked us to pass on the following information:

Friday 20th January
Banquet Night
The GD's talented chefs will be preparing a delicious 5 course meal, served from 7pm, £40 per person. Please give them a call to book. Menu available here.

Saturday 28th January
This will be the GD's one year anniversary so come and help the team celebrate with fabulous drinks offers, some tasty nibbles and a great atmosphere. Let the Party Begin!

For up-to-date information about the Green Dragon in Haddenham, visit the website

To make a booking, Tel: 01844 292826 or Email: info@greendragonhaddenham.co.uk

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