Good Times: British food produce celebrated with festival

The Old Mill Inn on Wakefield Road is celebrating throughout the month of May with a British Born and Bred festival.

It has a special menu running with all the ingredients UK sourced from field to plate.

With every beef, chicken, lamb and pork dish that leaves the kitchen a celebration of the very best of British heritage breeds.

On Friday night at The Barge, they have live music from Never Too Late followed on Sunday by The Thurmanators. On Sunday the live music will be wrapped up by Wayne Gee.

On Friday night at 9.30pm at Jeremy’s they have Pac Band performing rock covers, followed on Saturday evening by The Mighty Furtles. On Sunday afternoon from 4pm the acoustic set comes from Eden Acoustic.

The Millers Bar has introduced a new summer menu. It has a massive selection of light bites and main meals, plus a children’s menu and desserts.

A date for your diary is Saturday, May 28 when they have Liquid Brick, a big band night.

They do covers and original material including Joan Jett, Kaiser Chiefs, Blur, Deep Blue Something, Divine Comedy plus many more, and this is a free event.

Tonight (Thursday) at The Commercial and Railway Inn, Gooder Lane, it has its weekly quiz night followed by further entertainment this Saturday evening with a piano sing-a-long.

On Sunday from 3pm to 8pm there is DJ PJ Des with 60s and 70s music plus free quiz.

Rastrickian Alan Ingle, at The Peartree, Battyeford, Mirfield, has introduced a new summer menu and children’s menu.

The pub is currently looking for a new chef, pot washer plus waiting on and bar staff. If you are interested, please contact the pub direct.

Phil Ward, at the Junction Inn, Rastrick, has been in and out of hospital for a leg that became badly infected after colliding with a barrel in his cellar.

Despite this, he has managed to get his super new sign up in the car park announcing food from next week, along with his real ale and spring bank beer and cider festival.

After a great open mic session last Sunday with six bands and the place heaving he has jax, a duo on from 9pm this Friday night and then on Saturday (9pm) the return by demand of the Welsh T Band who are also well supported when they appear in West Yorkshire.

This Friday at The Crown, they have Micky Malibu playing live from 9pm. Also the pub is celebrating after winning three trophies for dominoes.