- Closure of Wagon & Horses, Caythorpe
Tuesday 21 September 2021
The owners of The Wagon & Horses pub Caythorpe have decided to close the pub after the council received complaints re noise over the Bank Holiday celebrations there. Link to item in Grantham Journal
- Whistle Stop Opening Hours Update
Monday 19 July 2021
The Whistle Stop has announced revised opening times. From the 19th July 2021.
Sunday 10pm - 6pm
Monday, Tuesday, 10am - 6pm
Wednesday, Thursday 10am - 8pm
Friday, Saturday 10am - 10.30pm
Don't forget we have a lovely sun trap beer garden on platform 1
- Angel and Royal Hotel
Monday 21 June 2021
We have been advised that the Angel and Royal Hotel has now reopened and is serving real ales from Brewsters. 30p 0ff a pint of real ale to members with a valid Camra card.
- Grantham Railway Club
Wednesday 2 June 2021
Opening hours for Grantham Railway Club.
Tue. 7pm - 11pm.
Fri. 7pm - 11:30pm.
Sat. 12 noon - 2:30pm and 6:30pm - 11:30pm.
Sun. 12 noon - 2:30pm and 7pm -11pm.
- Pubs reopening on 17th May
Sunday 16 May 2021
We are aware that the following pubs that have remained closed up till now are reopening on 17th May
Fox and Hounds, Old Somerby.
The Thorold, Marston.
Nobody Inn, Grantham.
The Old Bank, Grantham.
The Cholmeley Arms, Burton Coggles.
If anybody is aware of any other pubs in our branch area reopening from 17th May please advise us so that we can let people know.
- Celebrate pubs reopening inside by adding a banner to your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Friday 14 May 2021
Click on the link below to find links to the banners.
- Statement from Camra
Monday 10 May 2021
10/05/2021 Customers will reap social and health benefits of a pint down the local when indoor opening begins from 17th May: CAMRA Commenting on reports that the Prime Minister will announce that indoor re-opening for pubs in England is set to go ahead from 17th May, CAMRA National Chairman Nik Antona said:
“CAMRA are delighted that indoor opening is on track to go ahead from 17th May, so customers can enjoy the social and wellbeing benefits of being back inside the local – not just in its beer garden.
“This will also help the thousands of pubs, particularly smaller community locals, that do not have outside space and who desperately need to start getting money through the tills again.
“Whilst this next step is very welcome, we aren’t out of the woods yet. Distancing and table-service only restrictions will still mean many pubs can’t operate at full capacity with many continuing to struggle to make ends meet as a result.
“The Government should continue to support the beer and pubs sector in the months and years ahead by backing CAMRA’s campaign to cut the rate of duty on beer served in pubs – with the savings passed on to publicans and consumers. This would help pubs to compete with cheap supermarket alcohol and encourage responsible drinking in the supervised setting of the community pub.”
- Thorold, Marston planning application
Friday 30 April 2021
The Thorold, Marston, has applied for a single storey extension to rear of building to extend shop and create a servery hatch for the pub to enable outside service/takeaway collection. Provision of portable lockable exterior shop storage unit. Relocation of existing oil storage tank at The Thorold Arms, Main Street.
- History of Branch Area Pubs
Thursday 15 April 2021
Grantham CAMRA appreciate the work that has been done by Allen Senior over many years in gathering the information that he has used to create the following 2 Facebook pages.
Please note that not all the pubs in the next link are in the Grantham CAMRA Branch area.
This list will be updated when the information is available. Please be patient and hopefully this will be done in the next few days. Anyone with any more information especially revised opening times please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org