Lots of way to in New Year

New landlady at The Old Ship Inn, Brighouse, Marsha Jones.
New landlady at The Old Ship Inn, Brighouse, Marsha Jones.

l This New Year’s Eve at The Calder, people can see the New Year in with style at its Masquerade party.

Every guest will receive a free masquerade mask on arrival, and if anyone books a table they will receive free bubbly to celebrate. Guests can book online at www.calderbrighouse.co.uk or phone 01484 711611.

Jeremy's @ The Boathouse, Brighouse. Pictured are Charlotte Clay, owner Rachel Bray and Janet Stoutt

Jeremy's @ The Boathouse, Brighouse. Pictured are Charlotte Clay, owner Rachel Bray and Janet Stoutt

l Marsha Jones at The Old Ship Inn, on Bethel Street, is offering a more relaxed approach to New Year’s Eve.

It will be free entry and free juke box. “This should allow people to meet up and chat and will maximise the atmosphere without battling with loud music,” said Marsha.

They will have the two pub favourites - Saltaire Blonde and Black Sheep - available at £2.80 a pint as normal.

l Rick and Maggie Starkey at The Roundhill, upper Rastrick, sold out of tickets for New Year’s Eve back in October but would like to wish customers old and new a Happy 2015.

l Owner Rachel Bray at Jeremys at The Boathouse has on this New Year’s Eve the ever popular Funkifive.

This event is ticket only to include a glass of bubbly on arrival and canapes at 8pm.

Numbers are limited so don’t forget to buy your ticket at only £10.

l The New Year’s Eve entertainment at The Barge is live music from Jagged Edge.

Then on Friday, January 2, it has The McCarrons followed on Saturday by Atlanta.

On Sunday the live music is from Wildwind.