TUNS


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Stuffed from ourSundayscran and shattered after our morning stroll, we left the Three Tuns extremely satisfied but in desperate need of a late-afternoon nap, too.
"The Three Tuns would be well suited for a lifestyle owner operator, looking to live and work in a honey-pot village, which thrives during holiday season."
Yesterday, Tuns tall, 41, of Paisley, was fined pounds 500 after admitting conducting himself in a disorderly manner and committing a breach of the peace.
Apart from owning the inn, which has an annual turnover of pounds 300,000, the purchaser will also have an opportunity to buy the Three Tuns Brewing Company, which owns an interest in the intellectual property rights and recipe for the renowned Three Tuns 3XXX beer.
The Tuns has created five new jobs for people living in the village including a head chef, Helen Todd from Darlington, and bar and waiting staff.
I was shocked and saddened to read Smyth and the Tuns' dismiss Amy Gordon's view as that of a young, inexperienced girl from an "atypical" family.
Tom Tun and Matty Tun have failed to add to the tally in 2006, but eight-year-old Henry Tun has enjoyed his most successful season to date with four victories, and he bids to add to that in the Wbx-triplecrown.com Handicap (1.10) at Southwell today.