All Change - Say your Goodbyes to Tony and Kay

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George & Dragon Change of Landlords

Unfortunately yet again we say goodbye to the current landlords of the George and Dragon. Tony and Kay would like to thank their customers for supporting them but have decided to go back to their home town of Llandudno.

The date that they leave is Tuesday 20th February, so why not pop in to say your goodbyes and wish them luck towards their future.

On the Monday 19th February the pub will have its official change over and will only open at 4pm. The new landlords names are Neil and Catherine who come from Chester and have run pubs before.

It will be interesting to see what they do to the George.

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  • S.Steele

    Good luck on tony & Kay they have done a brilliant job at the George & dragon !!, let's hope the new arrivals !!, will meet the village life !!, & the next chapter !,,,,,,?????7

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