The first of hopefully many monthly Curry Nights commences tonight (Thursday) at the Red Rooster from 6.30pm.
The 20 real ales from across the country have been arriving since Tuesday and will be on tap for you to enjoy along with more curries on the other days, pie and peas and other food. On the Saturday night popular Georgie Farrar will be singing and leading an open mic session.
In the meantime mine host Phil Ward is after a cleaner for two hours a day Monday to Thursday and if you can help ring him on 07720299304.
The Christmas menus are now available and you can view them via the pub’s Facebook page. Bookings for the Festive period are going well with the pub already booked up for Christmas Day along with a waiting list for cancellations. There is also limited space for booking on Boxing Day.
On the bar they have one guest beer, Wainwright’s Blonde, and they have also added Strongbow Dark Fruit to their range of ciders.
To make a booking, call the pub on 01484 963496.
Matt Parkinson at The George informs me that as well as all the top sporting action being on one of the many screens in the pub, on Friday they are hosting a Macmillan coffee morning from 9am. You can enjoy cake, a hot drink and make a donation.
Saturday they have DJ Thom with Disco Karaoke and music from Derek on Sunday bringing soul, reggae and ska.
Jeremy’s at the Boathouse
On Friday night at Jeremy’s owner Rachel Bray will welcome In Echoes from 9pm, followed on Saturday evening by The Radicles.
Sunday’s acoustic is from Richard Royle starting at 4.30pm.
At Millers Bar this Friday they are hosting the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Support from 10.30am – 1.00pm. It is £5 per person to include coffee and a range of teas and cakes.
On Saturday evening they have Helter Skelter live on stage in a Big Band extravaganza playing covers from across the decades
Tonight (Thursday) it is the jam night, hosted by Slinkys.
Then on Friday the fabulous Psychoslinkys will be on stage. Saturday evening is rock covers band Vagabond and Sunday is Mad Jack and the Hatters.
The Shepherds Arms
Rastrickians Karl and Michael Rowley have their Christmas menus available and they are taking bookings.
One for your diary is Halloween when they will be holding a fancy-dress party with a disco. On October 15, the pub will welcome The Booze Brothers who play a mix of country rock and Irish music.