A Night With The Local Lads

This Thursday from 7pm we have a night of original acoustic music from local singer-songwriters Tim Hoyte, John Hodgson and Danny Goring.

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Tim Hoyte is a local singer song-writer who lives but five minutes from The Beacon. His Alt folk songs explore the wonder of childhood, dream journeys and the places where myths meet the mundane everyday world. A few of his musical influences include Nick Drake, Syd Barret, Incredible String Band, The Smiths, Bjork, and Gypsy and east-european folk music.

John Hodgson will be playing his own beautiful and melodic songs with his daughter Daisy playing bass including Tim and Dan playing on a few tracks.
Danny Goring is a singer-songriter drawing on Folk and Roots traditions to create songs with personal and universal themes. Danny cites Dylan, William Blake, Bob Marley, Billy Bragg, and The Copper family amongst his many influences.
His latest EP ‘My darling From The Lions’ is out now to download here
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If thats not all, we have James Nash setting up his pop up hair salon in the Clubhouse. To get your hair cut or styled please contact James directly on 07479955959. Appointments are going fast so please do call if you want to be seen this week.
And to top it all off, Tommy and his wood fire oven are also in the garden firing out a delicious, seasonal menu of hand made pizzas such as roasted red pepper goats cheese and pesto or blue cheese pear and walnut and why not have a beetroot horseradish and watercress salad on the side, delish!
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This week is a local loin of pork served with our own apple sauce or a special vegetarian (vegan in fact) dish, aptly titled “Beets, Leeks & Onions”, its really rather good and comes on a bed of chickpea mash. Both served with roasted new potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Pudding this week is a Raspberry Tiramisu.

To book 01424 431 305

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