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The landlord at The Orange Tree pub in King Street Hereford has made the contentious decision to 'refuse entry' to people wearing sportswear, 'Stone Island' branded clothing, hoodies and bumbags and will only allow entry to adults over the age of 21 at weekend as we reported in this article last Wednesday on our Facebook page.

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The Orange Tree Pub Hereford

The landlord wants to restore the pub to its fomer glory and busy times and by refusing entry to these young unruly people will hopefully make it a proper pub again.

Charity | The landlord, Mr Hoyle will also be donating 10 per cent of takings in September to local charities.

The Little Princess Trust will be the first charity to gain from this generous donation scheme.

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There are reports today that the pub has temporarily closed this weekend due to some ongoing issues however, that is still to be confirmed.

The landlord has been heavily criticised for his contentious decision to 'refuse entry' to people wearing sportswear, 'Stone Island' branded clothing, hoodies and bumbags at the weekend.

Some nationals have picked up on this story, including The Daily Mirror, - The Daily Mail - The Daily Express

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12 hours ago, Hereford Voice said:

The landlord at The Orange Tree pub in King Street Hereford has made the contentious decision to 'refuse entry' to people wearing sportswear, 'Stone Island' branded clothing, hoodies and bumbags and will only allow entry to adults over the age of 21 at weekend as we reported in this article last Wednesday on our Facebook page.

2092652563_TheOrangeTree.jpg.41d37cb6b0ebce5eef8fef06649e6b34.jpg
The Orange Tree Pub Hereford

The landlord wants to restore the pub to its fomer glory and busy times and by refusing entry to these young unruly people will hopefully make it a proper pub again.

Charity | The landlord, Mr Hoyle will also be donating 10 per cent of takings in September to local charities.

The Little Princess Trust will be the first charity to gain from this generous donation scheme.

ūüﳬ†Google

 

Good luck with the future of your business, what an odd thing to say 

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