By Allan and Jo Brown - 17th December 2011 7:12am
The Lord Combermere are proud to present their new Christmas menu for 2011 which will be available until Saturday 24th December.
We offer a great selections of starters, mains and desserts to choose from and offer a smaller plate option if our standard portion size is too big! In addition to our Christmas menu, all your traditional favourites such as the famous TLC burger, fish and chips, curry, steak and ale pie to name but a few are also available.
Check out our brand new website for more information by clicking on the link below the photo. Our new website offers you the chance to download our menus and wine list, review forthcoming events and check out our guest beers selection plus much more. Have a look today and email us with any questions via the 'contact us' page.
Join us on Saturday 31st December for our New Year celebration and countdown to 2012…ooh and did we mention it's free!
In January we've got great live music planned for Thursday evenings and Tuesday quiz nights will be happening every week. We have a special quiz night on Tuesday 24th January to raise money for the Firemen of the village — please help support our local Fire Station.
We've got two new events for January. Wednesday 18th January sees the return of the popular Wine Tasting evening where we'll be sampling and learning about wines from Southern France accompanied by food matched winter warmers. Tickets are available at £15.00 per person. Call in for more information.
Also in January, we have an evening of pure nostalgia and fun when our very own DJ Reubadub will take us on a journey through the decades with the anthems that rocked the dance floor. Best of all, this event is FREE. So dig out your platforms and join us on the dance floor!
Thanks for your continued support over the years and we look forward to having a Christmas drink with you and then toasting the New Year.
Allan and Jo
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