The villagers who own a share of their pub
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How a Yorkshire village got together to save their pub

More than 20 pubs close every week, according to the Campaign for Real Ale.

The George and Dragon in Hudswell, North Yorkshire, called final orders in 2008 - but has been brought back to life by its community - adding a shop and library to keep the customers coming.

On Friday it is being named Pub of the Year - we heard about its re-birth from Stu Miller.

  • 03 Mar 2017
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