George V Playing Field
By Tarvin Webteam - 30th January 2014 12:00pm
It only seems like yesterday that Simon and Gill took over the tenancy of The Red Lion Hotel however this Friday, 31st January, they are celebrating one year in Tarvin with a free Disco starting at 8.00pm!
A lot has happened in the past 12 months including completely re-decorating inside and out, introducing local beers (Cheshire Cat!), Sky Sports and BT Sports live, and, forming teams for darts, pool, and,dominoes.
The Red Lion now has a darts team in the Alpraham & Cheshire League, they play on Thursday nights and are 'holding their own' in the league. The Dominoes team compete in the Bunbury and District League, and, two Red Lion teams compete in the Clotton and District Pool League.
The Domino Team are competing in the Semi-Final of the Knockout Competition on Wednesday 5th February against the Travellers 'B'Team. This seems like a good opportunity to see top flight Dominoes and to enjoy a good pint!
Ed: Make sure you support your local pubs!
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