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North Tuddenham pub celebrates 10 years of drinking and dining

PUBLISHED: 17:23 21 August 2017

Owners Gavin and Victoria Hunt enjoying the celebrations. Photo: Victoria Hunt

Owners Gavin and Victoria Hunt enjoying the celebrations. Photo: Victoria Hunt

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A popular Norfolk restaurant has celebrated a decade of dining ahead of its relaunch.

Victoria Hunt, (L), pictured with the Lodge's original front of house team. Photo: Victoria Hunt Victoria Hunt, (L), pictured with the Lodge's original front of house team. Photo: Victoria Hunt

The Lodge Bar and Restaurant, in North Tuddenham, had its 10th anniversary on August 13.

Owners Gavin and Victoria Hunt invited friends, family, ex-staff, and customers to enjoy music, prosecco, and canapes.

Live acoustic songs from Just Ash and Adam Meek, and a performance from the band Come in Silence, set the mood for the evening.

The couple said they were overwhelmed that so many faces both old and new came to the Lodge shared in the celebrations. They were also thrilled to snap a photo of the original front of house team from 10 years ago.

Mrs Hunt said: “It was wonderful to see our old staff again. Some of them were teenagers when we opened and now have families of their own.”

The venue will be relaunched at the end of August as The Lodge Griddle & Grill, with a new menu.

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