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Clove Hitch have decided to move the quiz night to a Tuesday (starting 19 April 2011) and it will definitely be happening every week!! FREE ENTRY FREE ENTRY FREE ENTRY Hosted by our resident quiz Master Domestos_Bob Winner £30 Bar tab Runner up £15 Bar tab and maybe some other prizes if we feel sorry
Discover the ideal, original, precious gift for your loved one, at this small event hosted once more by the Clove Hitch 23 Hope St.. Saturday, February 5 2011. 11.00 – 14.00 Jewellery, art, cards and more lovely gift ideas – or why not treat yourself? Stallholders at this event include: … Calidad Creations (www.calidadcreations.co.uk) –
Haven’t been to the Clove for a while, those breakfasts look tempting… CLOVE HITCH – NOW OPEN FROM 8am EAT IN OR TAKE AWAY The Clove Hitch is now opening from 8am serving our fantastic breakfasts and hot drinks. So wheter you are on your way to work, uni, shopping or just up early for
Saturday, December 4 2010 · 11:00am – 5:00pm A delightful selection of jewellery, artwork, prints, cards, and textiles… meet the local designers and makers on the day and feel free to ask questions and watch demonstrations. It’s the perfect time to do your Christmas shopping, or place bespoke orders with skilled craftspeople, for truly unique
Yes, it’s the 3rd Sunday again on 17 October (it’s been a whole month since the FEAST already?!). So that means the monthly Farmers Market will be here – get out there and buy some lovely fresh meat, veg, cheeses, breads etc. Now there’s a new addition to the Sunday events with the first Arts
Yes, the Clove Hitch bar / bistro at 23 Hope St is now open. I don’t see a website but they have a facebook page and have been busy organising various events. On Sunday 17 October 2010 (co-inciding with the Farmers Market, you’ll note) there is an Arts & Crafts fair, 11.00 – 15.00 Here’s
I noticed only today the El Macho restaurant on Hope Street has closed. This seemed very sudden and very quiet, even the website has gone. It had been there about 25 years, so one of the longest lasting on the street and was one of the places to go in the 80′s if you wanted