Staff at UK’s highest pub say goodbye to snowed in guests after three days

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Staff at a pub cut off by snow have said goodbye to their guests who were stranded for three days due to heavy snowfall brought on by Storm Arwen.

More than 60 people were hauled up in the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales after around 3ft of snow blocked the main routes out.

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