CHRISTMAS dinner will be served on December 25 at the Queen’s Arms, Wraxall.
The new owners of the pub have decided to cook dinner on the day so local people who might have spent Christmas alone can be part of a community.
Emma Wilson runs the pub with her mother, Sharon North.
Emma said: “I’ve been on my own at Christmas before and the number 13 is our lucky number and it’s 2013.
“All those people who don’t have to be alone, elderly people or families, can come and have Christmas dinner here.
“If we can get local butchers and grocers to provide food, I can cook it.
“Come and have something to eat and be part of a community on Christmas day.
“Don’t be alone at Christmas, come and spend it with us.”
The mother-daughter duo reopened the pub a few weeks ago. It had been closed for about a year.
Emma said: “The pub had a really bad reputation and closed.
“Me and my mother have rescued it.”
Dinners will cost £13 for two courses for adults and £7 for children and need to be booked in advance by calling 01749 860201.
There will be a choice of homemade soup, roast dinner and dessert.