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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Hart

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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Hart

Published at 10:10pm 16th March 2017. (Updated at 4:11pm 11th April 2017)

As England aim to secure back-to-back grand slams on Saturday, we highlight six places in Hart to enjoy the final round of matches

A win for the red and whites would be their 19th successive test match victory, surpassing New Zealand’s record.

England’s match against Ireland kicks off at 5pm at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, after Scotland take on Italy at 12.30pm, and Wales face France at 2.45pm. 

In alphabetical order, here they are!

1)      Dog & Partridge 

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Where: 105 Reading Road, Yateley GU46 7LR

Saturday opening hours: 12:00 – 00:00  

They say: A striking old early twentieth century building that sits in the very centre of Yateley on the village green and under the beautiful 15th Century wooden tower belonging to St. Peter’s Church."


2)      The Frog & Wicket

Frog and wicket 

Where: The Green, Eversley Cross, Eversley, Hampshire, RG27 0NS

Saturday opening hours: 11:00 – 23:30

They say: “The traditional village pub, in Eversley Cross, offers well kept cask ales and excellent home cooked food."


3)    The Phoenix Inn

the phoenix 

Where: London Rd, Hartley Wintney, Hook RG27 8RT

They say: “This beautiful historic pub and restaurant has firmly established itself as one of the best eateries in Hampshire”.


4)      Prince of Wales

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Where: 77 Reading Road South, Fleet, Hampshire, GU52 7SY

Saturday opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00

They say: “The Prince of Wales is a family friendly restaurant, whilst still keeping its traditional pub values, offering a great entertainment program"

5)      Royal Oak

royal oak yateley 

Where: 27 Reading Rd, Yateley GU46 7UG

Saturday opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00


6)      Waggon and Horses  

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Where: High St, Hartley Wintney, Hook RG27 8NY

Saturday opening hours: 11:00 – 00:30

They say: “This is a first class community pub in the heart of Hartley Wintney. Great people, great beer and good food.” 

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