Pubs are real en­gine rooms of com­mu­nity

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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open and there will be lots to en­ter­tain the whole fam­ily so get on down there, support this ex­cel­lent mi­cro-brew­ery and sam­ple some of their wares. The open day will run from noon till 4pm and will fea­ture mu­sic, a chance to watch the farm an­i­mals, cheese tast­ing and games. THE SQUIR­REL,

This lovely pub stands on the edge of a large tract of an­cient wood­land – Penn Wood – which is owned and main­tained by the Wood­land Trust and on a clear au­tumn day there can be few pur­suits to ri­val a ram­ble through this en­chant­ing for­est. Park your car at the Squir­rel’s sub­stan­tial car park and take the fam­ily for a walk in the fresh air be­fore re­turn­ing to the pub for a bite to eat and a glass of what­ever takes your fancy.

The pub is fully child friendly with lots to keep the chil­dren

Penn Street

en­ter­tained while mum and dad re­lax.

THE RED

LION, Knotty Green, Bea­cons­field

Tina and her crew are renowned for run­ning one of the best pubs in south Bucks – and that’s largely be­cause of the care they take over ev­ery­thing they do. Whether it’s their great live mu­sic on Fri­day evenings, the poker nights on Mon­days or the open mic nights ev­ery Tues­day, there’s al­ways great en­ter­tain­ment at the Lion. Oh... and did we men­tion that they do great food and drink too! This his­toric pub – dat­ing back to 1753 – used to be the lo­cal of Enid Bly­ton and land­lady Tina Massie even has a Bly­ton snug with copies of her books and oc­ca­sional vis­its from Noddy! THE FAL­CON

Land­lord David Brench of­fers a warm wel­come, well-kept real

INN, Den­ham

ales and tasty food for lo­cals and those just pass­ing through alike. If you’re play­ing golf at the Buck­ing­hamshire or at Den­ham GC, why not pop in for a pint and a bite after your game – and get David to re­gale you with his story about work­ing with for­mer Open Cham­pion Tom Weiskopf on build­ing the Loch Lomond golf course?

THE JOLLY

SPORTS­MAN, Eskdale Av­enue, Che­sham

Land­lady Debs Wilbee has re­cently launched a new wine menu with some won­der­ful cheeses from Che­sham mar­ket. Among the new ad­di­tions at Fish Hoek Pino­tage, Chi­anti Ruffino and Jack Rab­bit Sparkling white Zin­fan­del. And don’t for­get the Sports­man is a great venue to get to­gether to watch the best foot­ball in the land. You can’t beat the at­mos­phere of a good old English pub when there’s sport on the telly!

Land­lords – tell us what you’ve got planned and we’ll in­clude it in fu­ture edi­tions of Inn the News. Email mort. smith@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

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