Here is this week’s Good Times column.
There have been numerous calls put in to the Good Times column over a banner displayed at The Junction public house at the junction of Toothill Bank and Church Lane, Rastrick, and its current closure (at the time of going to press).
The banner stated the pub is under new management and would re-open Wednesday of this week with manager Phil at the helm.
Landlord Steve Ingle, aka DJ Zingy, said: “It’s all a little complicated at the moment and I myself could have the pub open again at the weekend, but I will inform you as soon as everything has been sorted between myself and the brewery and the interested parties.” So watch this space next week.
The Cedar Court hotel at Ainley Top has spent several months working on a new restaurant that is open to non-residents as well as guests. Grill 54 is now open and is serving up a meat feast for lovers of rotisserie chicken, slow cooked tender pork ribs, sirloin steak or a simple yet very tasty British burger. They also have on offer all the traditional dishes such as curries and lasagne! On a Sunday they can offer up for a family of four a whole rotisserie chicken with all the traditional Sunday roast mashings for £24.50. Definitely somewhere new to try out!
The Armytage Arms
Now that the summer holidays are here the Armytage Arms at Clifton is offering kids to eat for £1 with every adult main meal purchased.They also have a new menu on offer that includes all the favourites plus a few more to tickle the taste buds
Tonight at The Barge they have the Invisible Idols for an acoustic session. Then on Friday the International Party Doctors will be on stage followed on Saturday evening by Lost Meridian. On Sunday the Rockin Deke Rivers and The Jitters will close the weekend’s entertainment.
This Friday night at Jeremy’s they have Alex and The Concords, a very popular high energy rock ‘n’ roll/boogie woogie band from Leeds.
On Saturday Bootylicious will be performing, and they are a Jeremy’s favourite playing dance/disco music mainly from the 90’s. Then on Sunday the acoustic session from 4pm is with Nat and Jacob.
On August 8, in aid of Overgate Hospice, over two days they will have back-to-back music. The line up is as follows: on Saturday August 8, 3pm-3.30pm, Scott Olgard, 3.30pm-4.30pm, The Rainey Street band, 5pm-6pm, Georgia Farrar, 6.30pm-8pm, Chris Barr, 8pm-9.30pm, James Finn Band and 10pm-12pm, Bootylicious.
Then on the Sunday, 2pm-3pm, The Last Minute, 3pm-4pm, Serendipity and 4pm-6pm, In Echoes.
This Friday night at The Millers Bar, they have live music from Carly and the Kicks. Having worked out in Nepal and sealed a close bond with the music college in Kathmandu, Ric and his team at Millers decided to raise money after the earthquake destroyed everything. This will help them to replace equipment, buildings and give them back their independence. Its £5 per ticket.
On Saturday night they have an extremely talented female singer and electro guitarist who cover various genres including pop, rock, and country. Covers include the likes of Jessie J, Ella Henderson, Bon Jovi, Thin Lizzy and many more.