Pub gets a makeover for St George's Day

PUBLISHED: 17:21 23 April 2008 | UPDATED: 13:12 06 May 2010

The Oak Tree

The Oak Tree

CUSTOMERS of a Harpenden pub were delighted to see that it had been decorated for St George s Day yesterday (Wednesday). Shelley Reshat, landlady of The Oak Tree, had – with the help of her regulars – covered the Leyton Green pub in red-and-white flags. S

CUSTOMERS of a Harpenden pub were delighted to see that it had been decorated for St George's Day yesterday (Wednesday).

Shelley Reshat, landlady of The Oak Tree, had - with the help of her regulars - covered the Leyton Green pub in red-and-white flags.

Shelley, aged 40, who took over the pub, formerly named The Oddfellows Arms, 18 months ago, said: "All the pubs get done up for St Patrick's Day so I assumed everyone did the same for St George's Day. But then people started coming in congratulating me for putting the decorations up.


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