Archive for May, 2016

Pubpaper 858 – An East Coast Explore

Posted: 30th May 2016 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

This weekend saw a departure from Calderdale to the east coast of Yorkshire with a trip to Scarborough.    A day out out in Whitby Bay and Robin Hoods Bay was sandwiched with time split between the north and south shore of the resort, finishing with drive back across some of the best driving roads between […]

Pubpaper 857 – Is the pub your lives vocation?

Posted: 21st May 2016 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

I’ll start this week with a last reminder that Calans Too pop up tenancy ends this weekend (26-28th May).  Over the last couple of months this secondary venture by Alan and Alyson has been received warmly by locals and visitors further afield.   I popped in with a friend on Friday night for a pint after […]

Pubpaper 856 – Random Pub Conversations

Posted: 14th May 2016 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

The random wandering pub conversation.  We’ve all been there, where chat starts between a couple of people talking about one topic and several hours later it’s still going, participants have come and gone with only the bar staff being a constant, the topic of conversation has gone through 6 degrees of separation to get to […]

As the famous George Gershwin song from Porgy and Bess starts “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy”.  The aforementioned season finally made its first showing this weekend and beer gardens ‘cross hill and valley were full of pale legged drinkers.   The tourists were out in force on Sunday in Hebden Bridge and the pubs were […]

There’s not been much pub action this week for me, so a bit of a catch up on all the pub news from Calderdale.  Calans Too is still going well from reports and a June date for their re-opening at their original premises is looking likely now it has received its “dried out” certificate from […]