Fish Night Spe­cials are back on the pub menu

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!

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - FOOD AND DRINK -

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

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.