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Pubs have always played an important part in our communities and we’re keen to ensure that tradition continues. Here, some landlords share their latest news. We’ll drink to that!
and a lot of fun for everyone with five rounds of questions on general knowledge, sport, picture round, TV and film and music.
Lisa adds: “Michelle’s `open mic’ night is new on the first Wednesday of each month. The first one was a bit quiet but the second was a rip-roaring success with 27 people turning up to showcase their talents as singers or comedians. Put it in the diary and come along on October 1.”
Another innovation is a bingo night every Tuesday. Eyes down for a full house...
THE DUMB BELL, Shire Lane, Hornhill, Chalfont St Peter
Mick and Trysh always offer a warm welcome – regardless of whether you’re a walker travelling around the beautiful Chilterns, a real ale aficianado or a family with youngsters looking for a place to grab a bite to eat at lunchtime. The Dumb Bell has a huge garden where children can play safely and a fantastic menu.
The pub is dog and welly friendly.
THE SARACEN’S HEAD, Whielden Street, Old Amersham
There are lots of hidden gems of our local pubs and the Saracen’s Head is just such a one.
This friendly and welcoming hostelry offer great home cooked English food with a good selection of ales and wines. The pub hosts a quiz night every second Wednesday which is a great way to meet new friends and test the grey matter at the same time.
THE WAGGON AND HORSES, Chalfont St Peter
Landlady Sarah Lawson has lined up Chris Baker as the live entertainment on Saturday, September 6.
Chris has a wide repertoire of songs ranging from classic swing, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and the like all the way through the Spandau Ballet, David Bowie and hits from the Rolling Stones. Chris’s motto is `a song for everyone’ –
why not give it a try?
THE POTTER’S ARMS, Winchmore Hill
It takes a clever landlord to come up with a real winning formula for a modern pub – but that’s precisely what Richard Edwards has done. He has managed to combine top class real ales, well-cooked and presented food and fabulous comedy nights all under one roof.
The pub will be celebrating it’s comedy night birthday on Saturday, September 13 – an excellent chance to sample all three. Call 01494 726 222 for details or to book.
Landlords – drop us an email telling us what you’ve got planned and we’ll publicise it for you free of charge. Write to mort.smith@ trinitymirror.com.
Old Swan landlady Jane Joel and head chef, Aaron Daniel