Rob and Lynn Leaving George and Dragon

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"It gives us great sorrow to say that we will be leaving the pub on Tuesday the 26th August 2014 due to the brewery deciding to take the pub into managed hands. Both Lyn and Rob would like to say a Massive thank you to all our locals and regulars for all the support we received from the day we took over and great reviews over the past 10 Months. Will Miss you all and Tarvin as we felt settled here

We have a local singer on this Friday night Jessica Raydan who will be our last act so we would like to invite all for our last event and we wish the new managers all the luck in the world"
Kind regards
Rob and Lyn

Ed: Sad news that this pub is going to change management again, all the best to Rob and Lyn in the future

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