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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!
Head, The Misty Moon and The Pheasant, in Chesham; The Red Lion, Coleshill; The Harte and Magpies, Coleshill (plus home-made mulled cider); The Hen and Chickens, Botley; The Plough, Hyde Heath; The Pomeroy Inn and the Sugar Loaf, in Little Chalfont; The Potters Arms, Winchmore Hill; and The Red Lion, Chenies.
So get yourself to your local pub and sup a taste of Christmas.
(With grateful thanks to Brian Kilbey) THE EAGLE,
Rod Walker has invited the power rock trio Engine Room back to the pub on Saturday. If you’ve seen them before, you know that’s going to be a really great evening with some of the best rock covers around, ranging from ZZ Top to Billy Idol. THE PLOUGH,
Why not celebrate Christmas Italian-style with Raffaele and his team? Great Italian food, an amazing selection of fine Italian wines and always a warm welcome for regulars and first-timers alike. Go Mediterranean this festive season! THE SWAN
This lovely old pub is now under new ownership – with Little Gems Country Dining, a small group that runs just four pub/restaurants. It has always had a reputation for fantastic food served in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere – and no doubt that’s going to continue under the new management team. It’s always good to welcome new owners into our local pub circle, so get down to the Swan and show your support. THE SUGAR
The Loaf always has three real ales on tap – Bombardier, Wells IPA and Timothy Taylor, for example – so you know you’re going to be assured of a great pint. But situated in the heart of the village, the pub is also a great place to meet, regardless of whether it’s for an after-work drink on the way home from the station or a weekend catch-up with friends. Support your local pub! Landlords and landladies – why not send us details about what you’re planning in the near future so that we can include it here in the Inn the News column and bring more people through your front door? It’s a free service to help our local licensed trade.