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Lost dog pub dennis


Lost dog pub dennis

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Lost dog pub dennis

The Lost Dog pub, formerly known as the Dennis Pub, was in a very central location, just around the corner from both the Tanners Bar and the Green Man, near the bus station.

The pub was situated next to the churchyard, the side nearest the road was mnly for parking and the mn area was for customers.

It was a very friendly pub, with friendly people and good food.

My family and I regularly visited the pub over the years, we would have breakfast there or just have a drink in the evening and chat with the locals. The pub was always full, even on Sundays, with plenty of parking.

It was also a very handy pub to visit if you wanted a change of scenery, but at the same time still very close to town.

The Lost Dog is a really nice little pub and I feel really sad that it has closed, but also very happy that it will be able to continue to serve the local community.

The pub was also really popular with a lot of locals, it's a shame it's gone but I guess it had to close eventually.

I'd like to pay tribute to the people who helped to run the Lost Dog, without their help it wouldn't have lasted as long as it did.

My wife, who was very involved in the running of the pub, has sadly died in a tragic accident and now it is up to me to try to keep the pub going as well as I can.

I will continue to keep this website going as well and hope that someone from the community will come forward and help me to keep the Lost Dog alive.

Please let me know if you have any ideas that I can use to try and keep the pub open, any help or advice is much appreciated.

Hi Dennis, I think what you need is a bit of publicity, but a lot of people don't know what it is you're trying to do. What would help would be if you advertised on the internet to let people know the pub is still there and is for sale (I assume it is not).

It would be great if you could keep a website going at some point and keep a photo gallery going. I would really like to know what kind of people you're trying to attract if you're serious about selling.

I'm sure you've got people you could talk to about this, so please don't feel it's your responsibility alone.

The Lost Dog is a really nice little pub and I feel really sad that it has closed, but also very happy that it will be able to continue to serve the local community.

The pub was also really popular with a lot of locals, it's a shame it's gone but I guess it had to close eventually.

I'd like to pay tribute to the people who helped to run the Lost Dog, without their help it wouldn't have lasted as long as it did.

My wife, who was very involved in the running of the pub, has sadly died in a tragic accident and now it is up to me to try to keep the pub going as well as I can.

I will continue to keep this website going as well and hope that someone from the community will come forward and help me to keep the Lost Dog alive.

Please let me know if you have any ideas that I can use to try and keep the pub open, any help or advice is much appreciated.

Thanks for your kind words of support, the site is not me, I was just the one who kept it going with the help of the local residents.

I have been looking into this as there are a lot of people who would like to be involved, but the website is only just starting up.

The pub is now for sale and I have had a few offers to take over the lease, I'm currently talking to a potential buyer.

The local residents are very supportive and are trying to help, but I do feel that the local community is a bit short handed and I am sure that I will have lots of ideas that they can help with.

I am very much open to any help from anyone as I know I would need a lot of support.

I'm sure that some of the local residents will be willing to help out and I'm sure that the site will help to promote this.

I will continue to keep this website running as it's getting quite a bit of visitors.

Hi Dennis, I think what you need is a bit of publicity, but a lot of people don't know what it is you're trying to do. What would help would be if you advertised on the internet to let people know the pub is still there and is for sale (I assume it is not).

It would be great if you could keep a website going at some point and keep a photo gallery going. I would really like to know what kind of people you're trying to attract if you're serious about selling.

I'm sure you've got people you could talk to about this, so please don't feel it's your responsibility alone.

Hi Dave,

I did advertise to keep it going, but sadly no one ever showed any interest.

I am not really sure of the kind of people I want the pub for, as I sd it's a very good little pub, but I can't


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