Tarvin "virtual" Christmas Fair - The George & Dragon

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The new management, Lyn & Rob, want to use New Years Eve to introduce themselves to the Tarvin community and are inviting everyone to join them in the seasonal festivities & enjoy a free buffet.

For your entertainment, Rob will be DJ for the night and barman, Mo, will be exhibiting his cocktail skills.

And it's all in a good cause, with donations and a raffle fundraising for Cancer Research and Alzheimers Society

If you cannot make New Years Eve you can call into the George & Dragon on Christmas Eve or on Christmas Day from 1030am to 2030pm and enjoy a free mince pie.

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