Patrons at the highest pub in England kept the New Year's party
going through Sunday after they were snowed in.
The BBC reports that about 30 people were
stuck inside the Tan Hill Tavern in North Yorkshire for three
nights when they discovered they couldn't move their cars. The
tavern is 1,700 feet above sea level.
Despite the adverse conditions, patron Paul Manson said that
spirits remained bright.
"Everyone's been chipping in by doing the washing up, peeling
potatoes, getting cars out of the snow and keeping the generator
going," he said.
Visitors were finally able to leave after snow plows arrived on
Sunday and cleared the roads.
Tavern owner Tracy Daly told the Toronto Star that the bar nearly ran out of beer and it wasn't even for their
biggest crowd. In 2008 the tavern hosted a four-day music festival
featuring the British band the Arctic Monkeys that attracted 1,300