Oasis tribute group stranded with revelers in Yorkshire pub for third night


Oasis tribute group Noasis is stranded with a group of revelers in a Yorkshire pub for a third night in a row.

Storm Arwen left 61 people at the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales stranded after five feet of snow suddenly fell on Friday, November 26. The pub is 528m above sea level, the highest in the UK.

Many had made their way to the pub to see the group, but found themselves stranded when the snow blocked the cars and the roads became impassable.

Tan Hill Inn owner Mike Kenny told the Manchester Evening News: “We recommended everyone in the pub to stay outside rather than endangering life on the snowy moors.

“No one is going anywhere yet. The police advised that we all stay outside for the time being. Our snowplow is snowy!

The group of people are now facing a third night stranded at the pub.

Noasis wrote on Twitter on Saturday November 27th. “Sorry to report we’re stuck @tanhillinn Yorkshire.”

“Oh, it’s a beautiful war! Blocked for a third night – I hope it will rain tomorrow, ”they added earlier in the evening (November 28).

Pub staff prepared a karaoke night today to keep morale high among those stranded. They also organized a quiz, showed films on a projector and prepared a Sunday lunch for all the guests.
The pub’s general manager, Nicola Townsend, said The Guardian, “They formed a hell of a friendship. Like a big family is the best way I can describe it. One lady actually said ‘I don’t want to leave.’ “
Guests also slept on makeshift beds next to the bar.

Those in the pub might find themselves stranded a little longer.

More inclement weather is expected in the coming days, with an explosion of minus 10C in the Arctic expected to follow blizzards and high winds of the past week.

A cold alert has also been issued by the UK Heath Security Agency and will remain in place until tomorrow (November 29).