Businesses get ready to welcome in the new year

PUBS, bars and taxi drivers are gearing up for one of the busiest nights of the year.

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PUBS, bars and taxi drivers are gearing up for one of the busiest nights of the year.

Hundreds of people are expected to head out  tomorrow evening to celebrate New Year’s Eve and many establishments are already full.

Some taxi companies are getting booked up very quickly, while others have stopped taking reservations for after midnight so that they can operate on a more instant basis.

One pub that is fully booked for meals is The Queen’s Hotel in St Martin’s. It will be landlord Jonathan Jackson’s first New Year’s Eve at the establishment as he took over the premises in August.

Comments for: "Businesses get ready to welcome in the new year"

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Keep a beady eye out for the very senior States employee who has problems managing his alcohol intake

No, not the one who has already paid a heavy price by losing his job ... the OTHER one

Phil

The one who is currently suspended Ray? I don't know why the media haven't run with this?

PB FALLA

New years eve in guernsey,does it get any worse, OMG PLEASE NO

Ian3

Punctuation!

6/10

See me after class.

Davis

Another PB FALLA shambles