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SOCIAL DIARY

 

  

Saturday October 28th.

Halloween Disco

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Nov 18th      Eddie Earthquake and the Tremors

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2nd December  Village Preservation Society

Coffee Morning and Christmas lights Fundraising

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5th December. Christmas lights switch on at the Green

Brass Band In the Club

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Sunday 10th December

Not to be Missed!

Christmas Lunch -- Order via Club Notice Board

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17th December

Christmas Jumper Day

and Childrens Christmas Party in Tea Pavilion

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31 December

New Years Eve Disco

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20th January

START

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1st February

Recycle

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  Good Guest Beer Guide

 

We have TOP QUALITY REAL ALES Available
and the various brews change on a very regular basis.

 

Ales from all over the country from the ever growing
number of micro breweries as well as some of the
larger ones.

 

Regular visitors include Black Sheep and
Greene King IPA.

 

On Offer this month are:-

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Everards Cathedral Bitter - 3.5%

To mark  Leicester Cathedral’s 90th year and to commemorate it as Richard III final resting place, we have brewed Cathedral. Back by popular demand, this deep golden ale was originally created as “Blue Boar” for the Richard III reinterment and has distinct, rounded honey and mead characters with aromas of delicate spice and citric notes.

 

   .Ushers 1824 - 3.6%

BREWED BY: Wychwood Brewery, Eagle Maltings, The Crofts, Witney, Oxfordshire       .
ALCOHOL BY VOLUME: 3.6%

FLAVOUR: Very mildly hopped. Though the bitterness is clearly present, it isn't by any means the predominant taste; neither, surprisingly is the malt. Both are overshadowed by the hazelnut flavour that shines through with every mouthful.
 

St Austell TRELAWNY - 3.8%

The unique and harmonious blend of English and South Australian hops gives Trelawny a distinctive character of the old and new world. Named after Bishop Trelawny from Cornish folklore, this beer has a strong and loyal following in the South West but its flavour is equally as popular outside of its heartland.
This full-bodied, malty beer is a great partner to robust flavours. A delicate apricot aroma is followed by peach and toffee on the palate and a toasted bitter finish.

Thwaites WAINWRIGHTS  4.1%

Named after Alfred Wainwright, the renowned Lakeland author who was born in Blackburn in 1907.
A refreshing straw-coloured beer with soft fruit flavours and a hint of sweetness from the fine malt.

 BUTCOMBE Bitter  4.0%

  The West Country’s favourite beer derives from pure Mendip Spring Water…notably bitter, clean tasting, refreshingly dry and distinctive. Made with 100% best Maris Otter malt (the Rolls Royce of malts), together with a blend of (never divulged) English hop varieties…Butcombe Bitter is a moreish Mendip masterpiece

 

 

Bigger and Better than ever!

The Wednesday
Quiz


New format
          More easy games to win
                                       Lots of prizes
            ***Free supper for all players****

                           And Bingo!

And you can even volunteer to set the quiz!!!

                 Every Wednesday from 8-45pm

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