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Love Island final to be shown at Norfolk pub with pizza and prosecco

PUBLISHED: 16:14 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:20 26 July 2018

The Love Island 2018 final airs this Monday at 9pm

The Love Island 2018 final airs this Monday at 9pm

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Forget the World Cup, this is the final you’ve been waiting for

The Avenue in Great YarmouthThe Avenue in Great Yarmouth

You’ve stayed loyal all series and haven’t missed an episode and thanks to a Norfolk pub you can watch the final in style.

Get your muggiest mates together as The Avenue in Beatty Road, Great Yarmouth, is having a special final party complete with inflatables and games.

You will also be able to raise your glasses to the winning couple with prosecco and pizza available during the night.

The final of the hit ITV2 reality show will air this Monday night with Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham the hot favourites to scoop the £50,000 prize money.

Once the winning couple is crowned they will both be handed an envelope one with the money in and the other with nothing.

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The couple must then choose whether they are in the Mallorca villa for love or money and can choose to share or split the cash.

Jo Oldham, manager of The Avenue, decided to put on the event after holding a poll on Facebook with 59 per cent of people saying they wanted a Love Island final party.

Jo said: “A lot of the young locals were asking about it so we did a poll to see who would like it.

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“We will also have inflatable flamingos and pineapples, the soundtrack and Love Island game.”

Tickets cost £5 and include pizza, popcorn and prosecco and the final starts at 9pm.

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