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Sweet success as charity benefits
Shotley Rose customers raised £1,460 for Alzheimer and dementia charities as they tucked into Prosecco, pudding, more pudding and more Prosecco.
Organised by Heather Chaplin regulars at the Rose enjoyed a sweet and bubbly evening with a quiz and raffle and lots of desserts and bubbles.
Top chefs Mike and Pauline Mulvhill, helped by Pauline's students from Year 11 at Holbrook Academy, served up a treat with blackberry and sloe gin jelly topped with apple crumble ice cream, rhubarb and polenta cake, passion fruit cheesecake, iced madeleines with Cointreau infused oranges, chocolate grenache tart, bread and butter banana pudding, and lemon and Prosecco syllabub puddings, all helped down with Prosecco served by Sarah and Donna at a packed pub.
Bandit Run Attracts Scores of CracKING Vehicles
Transams, Mustangs, trucks, American police cars and a huge Smoky and the Bandit articulated lorry were among the scores of vehicles visiting the Shotley Rose, attracting dozens of enthusiasts and locals getting a glimpse. See our picture special here...
Smiling Sarah Scoops Shotley Community Award
Landlady Sarah 'Bombay' Pallant was presented with a community award at the Shotley Annual Meeting on Thursday (May 30) for her contribution to a range of good causes.
As well as being an all-rounder in the Rose pub, pulling a mean pint, cooking in the kitchen or managing a top team, Sarah has helped raise thousands of pounds supporting a number of charities and good causes, including the Blossom Appeal, Kidzone, First Responders and Somersham ward. Each year at Easter Sarah and her mum donate the chocolate eggs for the much-loved Easter Egg Hunt.
Don't be slow on the uptake - Shabby Chic clocks with prices from £4.95 - £35.95 - you won't get wound up
There is more to us than just great food
At Your Service
You name it and Sarah, Jamie and Mark, will ensure they provide just what you want.
From lip-smacking lagers, awesome ales and cracking ciders, to delicious home cooked, freshly prepared meals, your taste buds will be tantalised and satisfied.
Much of our food is sourced locally, and we use meat from a close friend of ours at Deersbrook Farm.
The Rose prides itself on friendly and swift service. Newcomers are treated as valuable guests, locals return time and again for the banter and welcoming atmosphere.
If you can't come to the Rose for your special event then let Sarah and her team come to you to cater for your party or celebration.
Takeaway fish 'n' chips now available Tuesday - Saturday