The Harrow comes of Age 250k Boiled Eggs served and its time to move on!

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The Harrow comes of Age

The Harrow comes of Age


Fri 10th, 2020

After 21 years at the helm of The Harrow, we have decided to move on to pastures new. It has been a massively rewarding venture and we have made so many wonderful friends and contacts through a truly great trade.

We are eternally grateful to you all for your support and custom and we will of course miss the hustle and bustle, but we feel that its good to go while we are still loving it and we have high hopes for a slightly more balanced life style.

Our biggest thanks go out to Johnny our head chef and dearest friend who has seen us through many a late night and a lot of bottles in his incredible 20 years of service. We also want to commend our staff present and past, most of whom we are still in touch with and will always remain part of our Harrow Family. And of course we thank our fantastic suppliers, far and wide, big and small, without whom it wouldn't have been possible.

We hope to see many of you before our final service on the evening of Saturday 28th March, but in the meanwhile its business as usual and we look forward to seeing you soon! 

Grateful thanks and all good wishes to you all,

Sue, Roger and The Harrow Team

For further information, please see the following trade and press announcements:

http://www.the-buyer.net/people/roger-and-sue-jones-are-to-close-the-harrow-at-little-bedwyn/

https://www.decanter.com/wine-news/the-harrow-at-little-bedwyn-restaurant-shuts-after-21-years-430166/

https://harpers.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/26448/Jones_closing_The_Harrow_to_focus_on_wine.html

https://www.thecaterer.com/news/roger-sue-jones-sell-harrow-little-bedwyn

https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2020/01/the-harrow-at-little-bedwyn-to-close-21-years/


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