To mark its ‘Dinner dance with Dolly Parton’ event on Wednesday 13 November, the Moorfield Hungry Horse, on Marsland Road, is inviting local fans to dress as their idol to claim their free drink.
The new management team came up with the idea to mark the anniversary of the iconic ‘9 to 5’ single, released 39 years ago this November. The place for music fans, the Moorfield, which has recently reopened after a six-figure refurbishment, also hosts monthly tribute nights on Saturdays.
Samantha Graburn, the new general manager at the Moorfield, explained: “Everyone loves a freebie, but there’s one thing locals love even more – Dolly Parton. There’s a real buzz around the pub ahead of the event, and the team is planning to create a unique 80s dinner dance atmosphere for our guests.
“Our free drink giveaway to mark our dinner dance with Dolly Parton is just one of the exciting activities happening at the pub on a monthly basis, from weekly 80s and 90s-themed events on Fridays to quiz nights on Sundays.
“We can’t wait to welcome locals in for a free drink on the day and see our pub filled with Dolly Parton lookalikes!”
To redeem their free drinks, guests can visit the Moorfield pub on Wednesday 13 November dressed as Dolly Parton. A range of drinks including hand-selected wines, cask ales, craft beers and soft drinks will be available. There is one drink permitted per person and guests will need to be quick to get hold of one, as there is only a limited number up for grabs. Full terms and conditions can be found at www.facebook.com/notes/hungry-horse/dolly-parton-free-drinks-offer-terms-and-conditions/1206902086179105/
The Moorfield, 131 Marsland Road, Sale, Cheshire M33 3NW
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"We cant wait to welcome locals in for a free drink on the day and see our pub filled with Dolly Parton lookalikes!"
Samantha Graburn, the new general manager
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