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April 2018

Neal Durose: Sunday Session

Sunday, April 22 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Originally from Norfolk, Neal Durose has recently returned to the UK after a year living and performing in Malta. Back home in Norfolk, Neal has a varied repertoire of covers from Ed Sheeran to Guns N Roses, together with some self-penned songs. A polished performer and a genuine entertainer, we're sure that this debut at the Geese and Fountain will be a night not to be missed.

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CAMRA Pub Of The Year presentation night

Friday, April 27 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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It's an amazing feeling to be chosen the Vale of Belvoir CAMRA Branch "Pub of the Year" for 2018, and we'd like to share that feeling with all of our friends and customers. CAMRA members from the Branch will be attending the Geese and Fountain on Friday, 27th April to present us with a certificate commemorating the award, and we'll be having some special beers on the bar that night. Please come down from 8pm for an evening of great…

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Stacey McMullen: Sunday Session

Sunday, April 29 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Stacey McMullen is a contemporary folk artist from Nottingham. Having only taken to public performance in 2016 Stacey started making waves on the Nottingham music scene straight away, securing a record and publishing deal with local label "I'm Not From London". He has gone on to have airplay on BBC Introducing and has supported well known artists such as John Fairhurst, Scott Matthews, Thomas Truax and BBC folk award winner Bob Fox. Stacey’s song-writing is uniquely crafted and covers subjects…

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May 2018

Award-winning beer festival

Thursday, May 3 - Tuesday, May 8
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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The Geese and Fountain was a national finalist at the 2018 SIBA Business Awards in the category of "UK's Best Rural Craft Beer Bar or Pub". To celebrate this acheivement, we're hosting a beer festival over the May Day bank holiday weekend, to feature beers that were also finalists in the national SIBA awards - in cask, keg, bottles or cans. Over 20 different beers will be available over the weekend in cask or keg, and we'll have special deals…

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Ray and Andy’s Revolver

Friday, May 4 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Ray Callcut and Andy Lamb (two-thirds of the late, lamented Revolver) getting together again to celebrate a beer festival. Who could fail to be excited by this? Despite losing a third of Revolver to the lure of sangria and señoritas, Ray and Andy return to bring you a rockin' acoustic set to re-live classic songs ranging from the 60's to the 80's. From The Beatles to Aerosmith they've got it all!

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Govannen Duo (Dan Britton and Adele McMahon)

Saturday, May 5 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Dan Britton and Adele McMahon are more commonly seen as two fifths of Celtic-inspired good-time-band Govannen, but we're bringing you their more gentle and soulful pairing for a perfect Saturday afternoon of relaxing roots music. Adele's skillful fiddle playing is the perfect accompaniment to Dan's melodic guitar and vocals.  This free event is part of the Geese and Fountain's Award-winning Beer Festival, featuring great beers and live music all weekend from Friday 4th to Monday 7th May.

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Crow

Saturday, May 5 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Country Rock, Acoustic Rock and Classic Rock sounds from the greatest bands and songwriters. Toe-tapping guaranteed. Dancing on the tables a distinct possibility. Crow are Mark Gilbert, David Kendall, Mark Luty and Brian Norris, and bring sweet harmonies, tasty guitars and lots of classic songs to sing and dance along to. Featuring the great music of The Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top, plus lots, lots more.

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Karen Morrell – Sunday Session

Sunday, May 6 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Karen is more often seen these days behind the counter of Croxton Kerrial's very own village stores, but she's also got a fabulous voice and is a delightful performer of classic country, pop and many other styles. We're delighted to welcome her to perform for us here at the Geese and Fountain. This free event is part of our Award-winning Beer Festival, with great beers, live music and lots more over the weekend of May 4th to 7th.

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Bank Holiday Fun Day, featuring Groove Merchants

Monday, May 7
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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May Day Bank Holiday will be a day of fun and festivities at the Geese and Fountain. We will have: Bouncy castle and baby space hoppers Petting chickens Meet a hawk BBQ and special menus Pizza ovens on all day Family games and fun in the garden Award-winning beers from our fantastic beer festival range ... and ... Groove Merchants playing live on the beer garden stage (weather permitting) from 2.30pm until 5pm Family Quiz from 8pm in the pub…

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Bob Collum and the Welfare Mothers

Sunday, May 13 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Geese and Fountain, 1 School Lane
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire NG32 1QR United Kingdom
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Geese Folk Second Sunday of the Month Productions presents... Bob Collum and the Welfare Mothers Go West young man! And so they did. Except for one guy, Bob Collum. He went East. Trading his home town of Tulsa, Oklahoma for the marshy plains of the Thames Estuary in Essex, bringing with him a country tinged power-pop with a healthy sense of irony. Bob’s songs deliver a wry glimpse at life, love, death and .... home decorating. All this is backed…

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