Here are the details of our branch meetings, socials and other activities for members coming up over the next month or two.
11:25am Sat 30 Sep
The sixth RambAle of the year will be visiting Miller’s Dale, Little Longstone and Bakewell. Walkers should catch the 11:25 65 bus from Sheffield Interchange to the Angler’s Rest in Miller’s Dale (arriving around 12:35), where we will join the Monsal Trail towards Bakewell. This will include a ‘diversion’ to the Packhorse Inn in Little Longstone before continuing onwards to Bakewell. Our walk will finish at the Thornbridge Brewery which is having an open day. From the brewery it is a relatively short walk into Bakewell itself for either more pubs or, more likely, to catch the 218 bus back to Sheffield.
8pm Tue 3 Oct
The usual monthly formal members get together to discuss branch business; share pub, club and brewery news and catch up on what is happening in the campaign. Venue this month is the Old Queen’s Head, Pond Hill.
‘Heritage Pubs in Sheffield’ talk
7:30pm Tue 10 Oct
Dave Pickersgill is presenting a talk on the Heritage Pubs of Sheffield for the Norton Lees Historical Society. The talk is being held at St Paul’s Vestry, Norton Lees Lane, S8 9BD, and tickets are £3 on the door.
October Pub of the Month presentation
8:30pm Tue 10 Oct
This month we will be off to the Itchy Pig in Broomhill to hand over the Pub of the Month award. Arrive from 8.30pm for a presentation around 9pm.
8pm Tue 7 Nov
The usual monthly formal members get together to discuss branch business; share pub, club and brewery news and catch up on what is happening in the campaign. Venue this month is the Forest (Toolmakers Brewery), Rutland Street.
Info and bookings
For more info and bookings, please contact our social secretary.
Dronfield & District branch
We’ve also included some events for our neighbours in the Dronfield & District branch, more information on Dronfield events can be found on their branch website and in their Peel Ale magazine.
Get timetables, maps, tickets etc. from Travel South Yorkshire. If you are travelling any distance an all day ticket is usually good value (for example the CityWide at £4.60 offering all day bus and tram travel with any operator).
Information on pubs including location can be found on WhatPub?