Writing this with a jumper on, and the heating turned up, but it is the very last day of May, and that means a return to our summertime hours…
We’re back to being OPEN ALL DAY, every day.
Monday to Saturday: 8.30am – 11pm
Sunday: 8.30am – 10.30pm
8.30am until 9.30am every day
Bar meals menu
Midday until 9pm, Monday to Saturday
A la carte lunch
Midday until 2.30pm, Thursday to Saturday
6pm – 9pm, Wednesday to Saturday
Traditional Sunday lunch
Midday until 3pm, booking advised.
This Thursday, May 26th is the start of our very first beer festival, Welsh Beer Week at the Geese and Fountain. Here is the beer list:
S. A. Brains
The Reverend James Original
The Waen Brewery
The Waen Brewery
Dirty Stop Out
CIDER & PERRY
Please note: Beers will be available subject to condition and until the barrel is finished! We can’t guarantee to make any particular beer last all week.
The Geese and Fountain are delighted to announce their first ever Beer Festival. We will be hosting a ‘Welsh Beer Week’, with beers from a number of world class Welsh breweries, over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend, May 27th to 31st.
Alongside some great Welsh beer, we’re also cooking up some Welsh themed specials for our menus, and lining up some Welsh cider too.
More details will be added shortly, but put the dates in your diary now.
The Geese and Fountain, Croxton Kerrial
Saturday, May 21st. 8.30pm FREE ENTRY
Two of the country’s finest singer-songwriters / protest singers / agit-folk entertainers. Call them what you will, their irrepressible energy, passion and enthusiasm will inspire you. Whether singing about love, loss or liberation, their songs are witty, warm and wonderfully uplifting. Mike Harding says of Robb Johnson, he is “the real deal when it comes to song-writing”, while The Guardian call Grace Petrie “a powerful new songwriting voice”.
Two great performers, one free gig. Don’t miss it.