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The George at Tiffield has reluctantly taken the decision to postpone all future music events until further notice Our decision is based on industry recommendations and the government encouraging the public to stay away from pubs which will inevitable result in insufficient income to make the events viable Jane and
Please note our kitchen will be closed from Sunday 12th Jan – 7pm Thursday 16th Jan 2020.
Celebrate the Winter Solstice 2019 with a bonfire and firework display and live music from Brendan and the Boys at The George at Tiffield. Beginning 6:15pm in Claydon Field the bonfire will be lit followed by a firework display After the wash out that postponed both of the proposed Bonfire
Ronan McCloy presents an Open Mic Night on the first Wednesday of every month 8pm – late. A lively evening enjoyed by all. Last one before Christmas may it be a themed night? So whether you sing, play an instrument, tell jokes, recite poetry or just wish to watch all
Following on from last years very successful Peaky Blinders party this year’s theme is Dads Army/Allo Allo. As with last year there are only 50 tickets available bought on a first come first served basis (cash only). £25 per person. Ticket includes:- Live music wartime themed. Hot Buffet (Vegetarian option
Come along to this friendly meeting and enjoy a presentation on local history by a guest speaker. This months topic is ‘Sex, Drugs and Tapeworms’. A light hearted look at Victorian consumerism by Kevin Varty. Members £3 Non Members £5 7:00pm – 10pm ish.
The Tiffield Art Group are presenting an exhibition of local Artists work in the Top Room at The George at Tiffield. Within the exhibition on Saturday there will also be a Craft Stall displaying work by local crafters Jan and Jane just in time to inspire you with your Christmas
The History of Tiffield Society meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month. A welcoming group of villagers offer an evening of history. Meetings topics are varied and usually presented by a guest speaker. This month its :- The Women’s Land Army in Northamptonshire during the First World War. presented by
Ronan McCloy presents an Open Mic Night on the first Wednesday of every month 8pm – late. A lively evening enjoyed by all. So whether you sing, play an instrument, tell jokes, recite poetry or just wish to watch all are welcome to this friendly night. Free entry.