I am really delighted that Nick mine host at the Hare and Hounds is really working so very hard joined by Sean and, the friendly staff to make the Hare the real village pub the social centre of our village, They have live music nights, competition night, different specific food nights, i.e steak and curry nights. I would recommend the Sunday Lunch a fabulous choice of roasts, and now the well attended Golf Day, well organised, well run and every one had a great time even in the lousy weather. I was very happy to present the prizes and, to learn that everyone will be looking forward to the next one in July,  The day started with Breakfast & coffee, and concluded with a really good lunch with wine, all included in a very reasonable price with the Golf. The hare really is the hub of village life a real pub. The Hare and Hounds is part of  the ever growing Claygate Network a local network to promote village life, village business it can be found here  its a good way to know whats going on.




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