Beer & Music Festival August Bank holiday!


An Adnams supported Beer Festival over the three days of the long weekend. Live music in the pub garden throughout the festival. A cricket match on the Sunday at The Witchell ground. Food by Monsta Pizza (celebrating their 1st Birthday) all weekend (starting on Friday night). Sand, seashells, ice creams and buckets and spades!

Live Music - Saturday 25th August 3pm-7pm

The Rambling Allstar Review - feat. Phil Rambow, Bob Collum, Martin Belmont & Mags Layton - A fine mixture of americana, country, blues and pub rock from some of the finest musicians on the circuit!

Live Music - Monday 27th August 3pm-7pm

The Steve Morano Band - Country/blues/soul & folk inspired touring singer-songwriter. Steve has performed worldwide including shows in Nashville & Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Currently supporting The Hoosiers, Dodgy & Top Loader at UK Foodies festivals. This time Steve Morano returns with a full 5 piece band plus support from good friend Pete Richardson lead singer/guitarist of Gyro Aylesbury band from 90's. 

Friday night live music with BITTEROOT

20th JULY - 7.30pm

Bitterroot are a local band assembled from locomotive parts in 2012. Energy packed Americana meets, Swamp Rock, Blues and Rockabilly. Faces will smile and feet will move. The repertoire is one third original, two thirds covers. Great vocals are backed by soaring slide guitar, mandola, electric guitar, thumping double bass and drums.


Johnny G - Live Music - Sat 26th May - now at 7.30 inside!

A lot of songs can claim to have zapped the punk Zeitgeist as 1977 blurred into 1978, but few did the job as well as "Hippy's Graveyard," the second single by Johnny G, a wonderfully eccentric singer/songwriter who emerged along much the same lines as Patrick Fitzgerald, but with an even more endearing edge. Johnny G's first band of note was the early-'70s act Johnny G and The Claimants, although he was already solo by the time his first single was self-released in 1972. Signed by Beggars Banquet in late 1977, at the end of the year he became the first artist outside of The Lurkers to have a single released on the label, the wonderfully un-PC "Call Me Bwana!" "Hippy's Graveyard" followed, alongside an excellent album, Sharp & Natural, G Beat followed in 1979. John has released several albums since then and continues to tour.