Darts Knockout. 20 May 2016 Please come in to the pub before then to enter yourself. £1 entry fee, pay when you register. Winner gets a £20 bar tab and a trophy. Runner up, £10 bar tab. Football card. Buffet food. Please let us know when you sign up if … Read moreDarts Knockout
On Friday, 6 May we are delighted to be hosting a quiz night organised by Purplefish Events for Chalk CIC. CHALK is an umbrella business, which brings together and co-ordinates a number of projects to enable people from all backgrounds, who live locally to Oswestry, to learn valuable skills to enrich their lives and build … Read moreQuiz Night for CHALK CIC
In 2015 Oswestry was presented with its 11th Gold in the Heart of England in Bloom competition. We will be taking part, but instead of buying our hanging baskets from the Town council we have decided to get them from the Garden Centre at Derwen College, a Further Education College situated in Oswestry which provides … Read moreFloral Decoration Scheme
It’s been a great first week and a half for Grace and Duncan… we have met some lovely people and made feel so incredibly welcome here in Oswestry. A couple of diary dates for you all… Tuesday 22/3 we won’t be opening until 7pm due to the funeral service for Grace’s mum. Would be lovely … Read moreA couple of diary dates
We now have a fridge full of exciting beers from The Wild Beer Co in Somerset. Wild Beer. Wild Yeast. Wild Hops. Wild Ingredients. Wild Ideas. Wild Ambitions. If you fancy trying a sour beer, a saison, a geuze or something wildly different… All £3.00 a 330ml bottle. Which isn’t cheap, but they are rather … Read moreDrink wildly different
So yesterday morning, after Grace had to make a quick trip for some stitches in her hand inflicted while unwrapping a new catering knife, we opened the doors on The Bailey Head. The Mayor, Councillor Peter Cherrington put on his chains and made the short walk across the Bailey Head to cut the ribbon and declare … Read moreA great opening day
Our new pub signs have gone up in time for the opening tomorrow. They have been hand made locally by Andy Field, who is a real craftsman. When you are putting signs on an 18th century pub you should be doing something traditional. So our signs are made from marine ply with 8 layers of … Read moreOur new signs went up today!
The Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Peter Cherrington, is to open a pub converted to a community centred freehouse run by Campaign for Real Ale champion owners. Husband and wife team Grace Goodlad and Duncan Borrowman have purchased the former Castle Tavern and have renamed it “The Bailey Head”. Until earlier this week they ran a … Read moreOswestry Mayor to Open Community Pub Run by Real Ale Champions