The Star on the rise again

After a week’s closure,
The Star Inn has opened  again,
under the hand of new manager, Tony Bracken.

Whilst the layout is the same, the pub has a fresh, clean look about it – Tony told geddington.net that he had spent the closure period cleaning the place throughout – and the dining area has been brought back to life.

The kitchen is being completely refitted, so food will be served when that’s finished in a couple of week’s time and diners will be able to sit in comfort in the Restaurant again.

Tony has the following ales available at present: Doombar and Abbots Ale, and will be bringing in Brentwood Pale Ale very soon.

There is a Charity Quiz tonight, 25 August, in aid of Medical Detection Dogs – the charity that trains dogs to recognise the smell of human disease and raise the alarm before symptoms are felt, so helping people with life-threatening health conditions. (www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk).

The next Charity Quiz Night will be on 22 September and this one is in aid of Cervical Cancer.

The pub has been running a Bingo Night every second Monday and this will continue, although the next Bingo Night will be on Tuesday 1st September, so avoiding the Bank Holiday Monday.

 

 

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