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We require a freelance sales person to meet with businesses in the area. Please contact steve@lordshiplane.co.uk .

Brand New Cherry Tree

The Cherry TreeThe Old Cherry Tree was the venue for celebration drinks by the Great Train Robbers after stealing over £2 million from a Post Office train in August 1963. Ronnie Biggs was a regular drinker in this pub. The Cherry Tree was rebuilt and named The Old Cherry Tree, was then rebranded the New Hamlet Inn, then The Vale and now it's back to The Cherry Tree.

The Cherry TreeThe revamped Cherry Tree has undergone a complete makeover by Red Comb Pubs, who have sister pubs in Hither green, Streatham, Charing Cross and Greenwich, with others nationwide. We went along to a tasting and enjoyed some superb locally brewed beers, smooth wines and excellent food. The large pub area has been divided into beautifully fitted out areas with a great looking bar as well as a very attractive seating area to the rear. Their £6.95 2-course lunch with a drink included sounds like a steal, and they will help you organise events there. We recommend giving it a try!

Small Business Entry - £20 per year:

Suited to people without retail premises such as accountants, fitness trainers, babysitters, childminders, gardeners, builders and others who work from home offices.

Full Entry - £75 per year:

For those with premises on Lordship Lane, Grove Vale, North Cross Road, Bellenden Road or East Dulwich Road, you can submit information about your business and a web page will be created for you, including price list or menu, links as well as exterior and interior photos we will take for you.
Discounts available until end of June: 2 years (£120) and 3 years (£150)!

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