REGULAR EVENTS

Every Tuesday –   Quiz Night  7:30pm for 8:00pm  start
2nd Wednesday Have a Crafty One  Craft Evening
Ist Thursday Games Night 8.00pm Start
2nd Thursday  ‘Well Spoken’  Spoken Word Evening
3rd Thursday Stammtisch  German Conversation Evening
Last Thursday  Book Club meeting Meet to discuss the book of the month
Every Friday Cheeky Drinkers Club  
Third Saturday Ukulele Club Afternoon in the bar
Last Saturday  Open Folk Session Afternoon in the bar
Every Sunday Traditional pub buffet  12:00 to 5:00pm
2nd Sunday  Live Music in The Upper Room Doors 4:30pm

Every Tuesday is Quiz night

Starting at 8pm with the picture quiz then the questions start at 8.30pm.

Teams from 1 to 6 people with the winning team getting 6 beer tokens which are valid for 1 week.

There is also a Jackpot where there is a chance of winning up to £100.

Uke Can Do It’ 

Which is our Ukulele Group.

Bring your Uke and join in the fun playing and singing some popular songs and definitely Christmas Songs.  

Starting at around 1.30pm until 5pm-ish.

Open Folk Session in the bar. 

If you sing play or just want to listen please come along and join us for an afternoon of music and merriment.

All Welcome
Free Event

Every Sunday 

We are open from 12 Noon until 5pm.

Enjoy a traditional Sunday buffet with Pork Pie, Cheese, Bread and Dripping and pickled onions.  

This is complementary for our Sunday customers.

Live Music

We like to host regular Live Music events.

These are normally advertised on our Facebook site, on Twitter and on the website.

 

 

Spoken Word

Each month a book is selcted for discussion

Typical books for discussion include ‘The Death House’ by Sarah Pinborough and ‘The Very Thought of You’ by Rosie Alison. 

Read either or both books then attend the Book Club to discuss and mark out of 10.

Check out the Facebook page to find out what the Book of the Month is or an event such as a Book or Poetry reading.

Games Night

Ist Thursday 8.pm Start

Enjoy playing traditional board games with friends or whoever is in the bar that night.

Although played in a friendly atmosphere, be warned it can be intense.