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Canada rock, beer, snow and storm: frosted weekend in the highest pub in Great Britain

22:05  29 november  2021
22:05  29 november  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Paysage enneigé dans le nord ouest de l’Angleterre, le 28 novembre 2021, après le passage de la tempête Arwen. © Lindsey Parnaby / AFP Snowy landscape in northwestern England, November 28, 2021, after the passage of The Arwen Storm.

blocked by the arwen storm in the highest pub in Great Britain, the sixty customers who came to listen to a concert of Oasis times spent three nights in containment in the establishment, waiting for an accaltimia. A seemingly unrelated experience.

It was also felt in France. But the winter storm Arwen will have left to about sixty guests from the Tan Hill Inn, the highest pub of Great Britain, a souvenir ripening according to International Courrier . From Friday, November 26, these beer, rock and snow enthusiasts ended up three nights when Arwen sprang.

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recovery concert they had rallied this singular pub perched at 528 meters (or rather 1,732 feet) in the Yorkshire dales north of England, to be able to get warm after a stroll in the snow and Above all, listen to the Noasis group chaining Oasis times.

But the snow started falling with big flakes. And number of customers then found that it became adventurous to get on the road back, preferring to transform into a bar pillar.

"I do not want to leave"

" things nevertheless started to be complicated ," says Mike Kenny at the Yorshire Post . because the storm she, did not hear his show stopped. So, the concert ended up in a friendly atmosphere of festival, with a bed of fortune and mattress on the floor.

" Everyone was very good. There was a very good atmosphere , "said the Darlington and Stockton Times the manager of the pub, Nicola Townsend, 51 years old. " A woman even launched: I do not want to leave ! "

Tardy Breakfast

The snowstorm was such that the congegrates reached the windows of the first floor and it was necessary to dig a tunnel to go out. On the evening of Sunday, November 28, consumers even helped employees of the pub to install Christmas decorations, " after a late breakfast and a roast Sunday served around 17:00 " tells the Telegraph .

" Some would evoke a dream come true ," Ironizes the British daily. Like a Christmas tale before the hour and a little rock'n'roll!

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INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) — Jan-Lennard Struff pulled Germany even with Britain in the Davis Cup quarterfinals by beating Cameron Norrie 7-6 (6), 3-6, 6-2 Tuesday in the second singles match. Daniel Evans had given Britain the lead by beating Peter Gojowczyk 6-2, 6-1. “One of the most important victories of my career. Cam Norrie is a real fighter,” Struff said. “I started very well, went 4-1 up, but when you take so many risks, you can expect that more mistakes will come.” The decisive doubles match between British teammates Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski and German pair Kevin Krawietz and Tim Pütz was scheduled for later Tuesday.

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