Cel­e­brat­ing 25 years drink­ing the real stuff

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!

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Che­sham Brew­ery Shop while The Crown at Ley Hill will have a cider week­end from Oc­to­ber 17-19 and The Queen’s Head in Che­sham will hold its own cider week­end from Oc­to­ber 24-26. The QH will also be fea­tur­ing cider at its Win­ter Fes­ti­val which kicks off on Oc­to­ber 31.

THE JOLLY CRICK­ETERS, Seer Green

Amanda and Chris have lined up a very spe­cial evening on Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 2, with a Wine Maker’s Din­ner with the main guests Matt Thomp­son and Karen Tay­lor from Lib­erty Wine Mer­chants. Matt was voted white wine maker of the year at the in­ter­na­tional wine chal­lenge in 2008 and he’ll be talk­ing about the fa­mous wines he pro­duces in the Marl­bor­ough re­gion of New Zealand and also in Italy. There will be a four-course meal with each course ac­com­pa­nied by one of Matt’s wines. The evening gets un­der way at 7.30pm. Cost is £60 Sarah Law­son is the land­lady at the Wag­gon and Horses and book­ing is es­sen­tial. Call Amanda on 01494 676 308 to re­serve your place.

THE WAG­GON AND HORSES, Chal­font St Peter

Sarah Law­son is bring­ing Dave Daw­son to the pub this Sun­day af­ter­noon and he is sure to pro­vide an en­ter­tain­ing set. Dave has been around on the club cir­cuit for years and sings a wide range of songs from swing through coun­try and western to 1950s rock‘n’roll right up to mod­ern day ma­te­rial.

He’ll be on stage from 4.307.30pm.

THE CROSS KEYS, Great Mis­senden

Stu­art Thurston and his team will

al­ways en­sure you of a warm wel­come – and the Keys is a per­fect place to take the fam­ily out for a cel­e­bra­tory meal. The pub is truly fam­ily friendly and with top chef Dave Cuth­bert­son – a reg­u­lar contributor to our recipe’s sec­tion – in charge of the kitchen you can rely on the food be­ing top class. And since Stu­art’s mis­sus is re­spon­si­ble for bak­ing the amaz­ing desserts it’s a fam­ily af­fair in more ways than one.

THE POT­TER’S ARMS, Winch­more Hill

Your host Richard Ed­wards has lined up another top class com­edy act for this evening in the shape of Steve Grib­bin, a reg­u­lar at the Com­edy Store.

The fun starts at about 8pm and Steve will be on stage at around 9.30pm. Tick­ets, cost­ing £15, in­clude a meal at the in­ter­val and there may just be one or two left if you’re quick. Give Richard a call on 01494 726 222.

Come on land­lords – drop us an email and let us know what you’ve got com­ing up in the weeks ahead. Use Inn the News as a great free way to pub­li­cise your pub! Email mort.smith@trin­i­tymir­ror.com.

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