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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.