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Keep The Party Going In Newcastle This Christmas

The festive season is fast approaching, and for the majority of people, that means a few extra nights out in the Toon during the weeks leading up to Christmas and New Year’s Day. There’s no doubt that Newcastle has some of the best pubs, bars and clubs in the UK, and the atmosphere in Town on the run up to Christmas is usually a very enjoyable one, full of fellow Geordies getting in the spirit of things and looking forward to a few days off from work.

And let’s not forget about the football. No Christmas is complete without Boxing Day football to look forward to, and although Newcastle may not be in the Premier League, we are sure that their game against Sheffield Wednesday at St James’ Park on 26th December will be one of the most eagerly anticipated Boxing Day fixtures that the Toon Army has had in a long, long time.

But whilst there’s sure to be a lot going on in and around the Town during the holiday season, it’s good to know that a local company is there to help you keep the party going if you’re having drinks at a house or need some more beers after the bars have closed.

Premier Dial A Drink offer a very useful service that avoids the need for you to get a taxi to a late opening supermarket if you need a fresh supply of drinks for your party. They offer discounted rates based on total order value and are cheaper than the alternative dial-a-drink services.

  • Delivers 3pm-6am 7 days a week
  • Cheaper than alternative services
  • Can order online via their website, Facebook shop or by messaging them directly on Facebook

For more details please visit: www.dialadrinknewcastle.co.uk

Dial A Drink Newcastle

Have a great Christmas!

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