August…what’s hot & coming up?

Sunday 7th August – Roast lunch

“Best roast I’ve ever had, but don’t tell the wife!” Anon of Medway

Served from 12 until 5pm you can choose from Roast Lamb, Beef or Pork and enjoy with local fresh vegetables, traditional trimmings, home-made gravy and plenty of roast potatoes.

At just £7.95 per person it’s a steal, so book now.

Tuesday 9th August – Curry Night

How do you like it? Hot, medium or mild…Hoodeners Horse ‘Eat-as-much-as-you-like-buffet curry evening is coming your way. We’re serving up to five curries with rice and side dishes and everything you need to make a real Indian feast.   Book now

Friday 12thAugust – The Glorious Twelfth – grouse season opens

Shameless promotional gambit, shoehorned into a current event! Who cares – if you get to enjoy a wee dram of the country’s favourite blended whisky?

Famous Grouse, double for just £3.00 tip your glasses to our feathered friends

Sunday 14th August – Roast Lunch & live music evening

Another chance this month to enjoy our now famous roast lunch – choose from Lamb, beef or pork…well, you know the rest.  Still £7.95 per person, so Book now

Come for lunch and stay for the rest of the day…Ashford’s very own Viking, Dan Blood, will be playing live from 7.30pm. An eclectic mix of original and covered material…performed mostly on acoustic guitar, but with a splash of kazoo.

Thursday 18th August – The Seven Champions Molly Dancers

“Deep in darkest Kent is a tiny place called Frittenden where the last surviving treacle mine exists. The Seven Champions are the treacle miners who work long hard hours in treacherous and ‘sticky’ conditions. After work they can be  found supping ale and entertaining folk at local taverns”

So come along and meet the Seven Champions Molly Dancers & Treacle Tarts Cloggers and let them entertain you with traditional English folk dancing! The fun starts at 7.30pm

Friday 19th August – Tweet and Business Lunch

Local businesses – join us for an informal lunch – Real Ale, Mexican food and good conversation.

If you run a business locally and fancy meeting some like-minded people, come along– a warm welcome is guaranteed.

It runs every third Friday, so put a reminder in your calendar and you can meet new, local businesses on a regular basis.

This is a very popular event so booking is essential – book your place now

Friday 26th – Monday 29th August – Bank Holiday Beer Festival

Bank holiday?  Must be time for a Beer Festival.

If you’ve never been to one of our beer festivals, get yourself down here over the weekend to enjoy specialist ales and ciders, great food, a big old themed party on Friday night, Sunday roast and the easy-like-Sunday-morning BBQ, on Monday of course.


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