A note from the Landlord...
It is now one month since we were ordered to close by central government to help combat the Coronavirus outbreak. We at The Horseshoes express our deepest sympathy to all families who have lost loved ones both in our country and where-ever they may be in the world. In view of everything that is happening it seems empty and callous to even think about when The Horseshoes public house will be able to reopen but along with other establisshments we do have to make plans for re-opening, whenever that may be.
It is our hope that we will be given some notice by central government as to when this will happen. We estimate it will take at least 7 days, what with commissioning beer lines, cleaning and restocking, to bring The Horseshoes back to the condition needed so it can reopen.We very much look forward to seeing everyone again. In the meantime, keep safe and well.
Thank you and kindest Regards
Paul Steer, Landlord and Debbie Adams, Manager
It has been estimated that globally some 2 million tonnes of plastic get washed into the seas each year from inland sites.
The Horseshoes public house is working towards being a PFP (Plastic Free Pub). At this time, becoming a PFP is, of course, virtually impossible with so many people paying using plastic cards and cash becoming less of a means of payment. In future years plastic debit and credit cards may well become obsolete with different materials and methods being used to settle bills etc. Who can tell?
What we are now starting to say to our suppliers is “Do not wrap goods that you deliver to us in so much unnecessary packaging that includes plastic”
You will see in our garden area new garden furniture. There are 4 tables with seating for 32 people. Each table and seating is made from 4,000 recycled plastic bottles. That means that 16,000 plastic bottles are not going to landfill or risk being washed into the sea over a period of time.
Alright, we are a small business along with many many other small businesses, as single units we can only make a small difference but together we can make a massive difference to material that is going to landfill or being washed into the sea.
Thankyou, Paul Steer, The Landlord
Food now being served on Mondays
You asked and we listened.
Due to popular demand food will be served from Midday until 8pm on Mondays.
Our full menu is available all day in the bar and our lovely Horseshoes Restaurant is open from 5pm.
Please book your table in advance to avoid disappointment.
Pictured here is our classic Scampi & Chips, £8.95
A note from the landlord...
An update from the quiz, 25th February 2020. There were 53 players at Tuesday’s quiz and the 1-1 question was answered and the prize won!
The subject chosen was Sixties Pop and the question was “What is the real name of Herman of Herman & The Hermits?” The answer is Peter Noone. The £100 was won and that means the 1-1 question on March 31st will have an £80 prize.
£106 was raised for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance and this has been sent to them.
The next quiz, 31st March starts at 8pm. It is advisable to book a table for your team.
Call 01529 414092
Thankyou to everyone,
Fish & Chips Wednesday
£8.50 Eat In
Add mushy or garden peas for 30p
Please note all food is cooked freshly to order so we would kindly ask for your patience.
Orders for takeaway can be placed by phone for collection
Call 01529 414092