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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • 63 Boldmere Road, Sutton Vesey, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B73 5XA
    Bishop Vesey, Sutton Coldfield

    In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

    See event details

    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

    See event details

    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

    See event details

    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    61 Merry Street, Motherwell South East and Ravenscraig, Motherwell, Lanarkshire, ML1 1JS
    Brandon Works, Motherwell

    In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

    See event details

    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    The cold and dreary winter is nearly over and for rugby fans, we have lots to look forward to - The RBS Six Nations! After last year's World Cup Eddie Jones' England roared back, following World Cup embarrassment to complete a remarkable Grand Slam. Have Ireland got the depth to wrestle the crown back? Can Wales conjure a style of play that's not all bish, bash, bosh? And what about France? All will be revealed this February and March. So come and be part of the action with us, we promise a great atmosphere, washed down with a few pints...We look forward to seeing you. Starts 4th February but we will remind you again closer to the time.

    Published on 16/01/2017

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  • Chester Road, Sandycroft, Deeside, Clwyd, CH5 2QN
    Bridge Inn, Deeside

    The quiz starts at 9pm, with free chip butties for participants, so why not come and join us?

    Happening on 25/01/2017

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    What better way to kick-off the weekend than visiting The Bridge Inn and enjoying its Disco and Karaoke Night, there is also a late bar - this is proving to be a popular event

    Happening on 27/01/2017

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    The quiz starts at 9pm, with free chip butties for participants, so why not come and join us?

    Happening on 01/02/2017

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    What better way to kick-off the weekend than visiting The Bridge Inn and enjoying its Disco and Karaoke Night, there is also a late bar - this is proving to be a popular event

    Happening on 03/02/2017

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    The quiz starts at 9pm, with free chip butties for participants, so why not come and join us?

    Happening on 08/02/2017

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