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Volume 2, Issue 6 November 2014 Enjoy our festive flavours with an international twist November 14 NEWSLETTER T h e Q u e e n’s H e a d - B r o a d C h a l k e As Queen’s Head regulars will know, we do like to travel the world with our special themed me n u s. T hi s month we cross both the Channel and Atlantic to bring you some great flavours from around the globe. calendar. On December 4 at 5.30pm, we join our good neighbours from Chalke Valley Stores for the exciting Hub ‘n’ Pub communit
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   As Queen’s Head regulars will know, we do like to travel the world with our special themed menus. This month we cross both the Channel and Atlantic to bring you some great flavours from around the globe. We kick off pro-ceedings on Friday, Novem-ber 21 and Saturday, Novem-ber 22 with a return to our popular two-day Vive La France event with a delicious French twist. Last year’s coq au vin was a big hit but you’ll have to come and see if it makes a return to the two- and three-course menus. Once again, our restaurant will adopt a bistro feel, and there will be ‘around the world’ ac- tivities for our younger diners. See our phone number over-leaf to make a reservation. On the following Thursday, we  join our American cousins in giving thanks on the highlight of the US holidays. Our spe-cial Thanksgiving Supper will feature turkey and all the trimmings, homemade corn-bread and pumpkin pie. Things take a more homely turn on November 30 when we invite you to join us for mince pies, mulled wine and Christmas cookies while we decorate our lovely inn at our Deck the Halls  event. And because it is Advent Sunday, any children dining with us on that day will receive an Advent calendar. On De-cember 4 at 5.30pm, we join our good neighbours from Chalke Valley Stores for the excit-ing Hub ‘n’ Pub community event to mark the lighting of the Broad Chalke Christmas tree (see overleaf for details). Our festive party menu is now avail-able, so if you are planning a family get-together, a works Christmas do or a sea-sonal meeting of old friends, why not hold it in the cosy surround-ings of The Queens Head? Look out too for our Christmas Day  menu - yes, we will be open for lunch so you can enjoy the day without the cooking and washing up! Other new events include our Quiz Nights , the launch of our Bridge Club and the screen-ing of key BT Sports football and rugby matches. Ask at the bar for further details. Enjoy our festive flavours with an international twist Early Birds catch the dining bargain    N  o  v  e  m   b  e  r   1   4   N   E   W   S   L   E   T   T   E   R   T   h  e   Q  u  e  e  n   ’  s  H  e  a   d  -   B  r  o  a   d   C   h  a   l   k  e Volume 2, Issue 6 November 2014 Our kitchen is rapidly gaining a reputation for fantastic food at fabulous prices, and we’ve already received praise for some of our special themed evenings. Now we are offering hungry diners a special deal if they want to sate their appetites in the evening - as long as they order between 5pm and 7pm. Our new Early Bird Supper promotion allows guests to select two courses from our menu or specials board for just £12.95 per per- son - although please note that some exclusions apply to this offer. This is a fantastic offer if you are thinking of attending one of our regular events at The Queen’s Head, such as our quiz nights, darts matches or bridge evenings, be-cause it offers you the chance to indulge in our delicious menu at a bargain price before you settle down to the serious business of the competition in hand. We strive to delight diners with locally sourced, home- cooked food, so if you haven’t already sampled our dishes, why not use this special offer to give them a try? Get a pre-Christmas turkey treat with our American-style Thanksgiving Supper on November 27  We are proud to introduce a new seasonal ale from our brewer, Hall & Wood-house. Called Ruby Rustler, it’s a ruby red beer designed for supping during long winter nights. Brewed with crystal malt and rye, it features Fuggles and Galaxy hops to give it a special flavour. If you fancy a taste, just ask one of our team for a try-before-you-buy sample. Here’s our at -glance guide: Colour: Ruby red/brown Smell: Fruity hop Taste: Rich full-bodied, biscuity malt Eat with: Seasonal game, some delicious venison or succulent lamb Availability: From mid-Nov - Dec ABV:  4.1% Price: £3.60 pint   gether to enjoy a Christmas evening of mince pies, hot chocolate, mulled wine and biscuits. The tree is being kindly donated by Prescombe Farm in Ebbesbourne Wake, while entertainment will be provided by pupils from Broad Chalke Primary School, who have agreed to sing carols around the tree as the lights are turned on. There is no charge for the event, how-ever donations to cover the costs would be welcomed. Any extra funds will be donated to local charities. The Queen’s Head is now taking book- ings for its Christmas Party menu as well as for lunch on Christmas Day. Page 2 Christmas is coming to Chalke Valley! November 14 NEWSLETTER HANDY TO KNOW CONTACTS Phone 01722 780344 Website Facebook: facebook.thequeenshead broadchalke Twitter: queensheadwilts FACILITIES  Families welcome (board games available) Dogs welcome (with well-behaved owners!) Dart board Four B&B rooms Newspapers and magazines WiFi Big screen sports coming soon: BT Sports available for selected fixtures - please ask for info OPENING HOURS   Open  11am-11pm Mon-Sat, Noon-10.30pm Sun Food served 11.30am-9.30pm Mon-Sat, Noon-9pm Sun DIARY DATES   Vive La France! Friday, Nov 21 - Saturday, Nov22: Two days of French food in our ‘bistro’ plus children’s activities . Quiz Nights, from Monday, Nov 24 at 8pm: Our first quiz is in aid of Broad Chalke Playschool - ask for more details  Bridge Club Welcome Evening, Tuesday, Nov 25: Let us know if you will be  joining us for this inaugural event Thanksgiving Supper, Thursday Nov27:   Enjoy this US holiday with turkey, cornbread and pumpkin pie. Deck the Halls!,  Advent Sunday Nov 30 (evening): Enjoy mulled wine, mince pies and Christmas cookies as we prepare the inn for the festive season. Hub ’n’ Pub Christmas Evening: Dec 4: Village event (see story top left). We are delighted to be joining forces with the much-acclaimed Chalke Valley Stores to celebrate a very special valley event at 5.30pm on Thursday, December 4. This is when the community will come together to light the Christmas tree in an event that could also raise money for charity. Dubbed the Hub’n’Pub Christmas Eve- ning, the special festive occasion will see the lights turned on at the tree, which is due to be situated near the hub (Chalke Valley Stores) and the pub (your friendly, local inn). The aim is to bring local villagers to- Tasting Notes: Ruby Rustler cask ale New hands needed at the Queen’s Head   New team members are needed at The Queen’s Head. We have both part - and full-time positions available. Previous bar experience is preferable, and - due to licensing laws - you must be aged 18 or over.  Ask at the bar for further details. ●   It’s farewell from The Queen’s Head to team member Joe Brewer. We all wish him the best of luck in his new job.  
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