A lit­tle taste of some­thing ‘nou­veau’

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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And don’t for­get that the pub hosts an ‘open mic’ ses­sion ev­ery Sun­day night from 7.30-11pm.

You can come and play or just come to en­joy the tal­ents per­form­ing live. THE PLOUGH,

This Satur­day, why not head down to the Plough for their en­ter­tain­ing ‘Quiz Nite.’ It’s hosted by Ste­vie C and en­try costs just £2 per per­son with a max­i­mum of six peo­ple per team. Great prizes on of­fer.

The fol­low­ing Satur­day, Lisa Moun­tain and her team are host­ing a 60s, 70s and 80s Disco Night – with a bit of karaoke thrown in for good mea­sure. THE SWAN,

We don’t of­ten men­tion the Swan in this col­umn – which is a great shame be­cause Nigel and Sam By­att run one of the loveli­est pubs in our area – and one renowned for the qual­ity and va­ri­ety of its real ales. There are reg­u­lars like Trib­ute, Side Pocket for a Toad and Tay­lor’s Land­lord but there are al­ways in­ter­est­ing guest beers mak­ing oc­ca­sional ap­pear­ances. And they’ve got the Cask Mar­que to un­der­line that they know how to keep beers in the best con­di­tion. Match that with a great wine se­lec­tion, ter­rific food and a real friendly at­mos­phere and what more could you want? THE WHITE

Iain Grif­fith-Jones and his team have just cel­e­brated their first an­niver­sary since tak­ing over this great old coun­try pub – and they con­tinue to of­fer one of the warm­est wel­comes around cou­pled with fan­tas­tic meals and great deals. Pie and a pint night, for ex­am­ple, on a Wed­nes­day fea­tures a pint from any one of the beers on tap to­gether with a truly de­li­cious home made pie of your choice for a ten­ner!

And Iain doesn’t mind that the weather’s started to turn colder. He says: “Come in, en­joy the real fire and leave your trou­bles out­side. Al­ways a warm wel­come on a cold day!”

Elvire and Philip at The Bell in­vite to try out the Beau­jo­lais Nou­veau

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