Aylesbury College’s Harding’s Restaurant re-launched on 1 May 2015 following a recent refurbishment, and hosted a lunch event in celebration.
Third Permanent Ale for The Chiltern Brewery
New Exciting Restaurant Chain to Launch in Aylesbury! Waffles and crepes, savoury or sweet with handmade ice cream – the natural way.
The Bell, in the picturesque village of Stoke Mandeville, has topped off an amazing first year under new owners by being recognised as County Dining Pub of the Year for Buckinghamshire by the editorial team at The Good Pub Guide 2015.
The Chiltern Brewery and leading beer writer, Roger Protz, brew ‘Flanders Pale Ale’ to commemorate centenary of the beginning of WWI.
The Aston Clinton Beer Festival, now in its third year, not only provides the opportunity to try a range of ales and ciders produced by local brewers, but also a weekend of free entertainment for all the family at the village park. On top of that, the festival supports local charities and, since its first event in 2012, has raised over £10,000 for good causes in Aston Clinton and the surrounding area. Last year, more than a thousand people came along and enjoyed the fun.
How far would you travel to try a FREE sample of a local award winning real ale?
Aylesbury College’s catering team played host to the Regional Final of a nationwide culinary programme run by The Springboard Charity recently.
Ideas about staying fit this holiday season
John Hampden's Ale from The Chiltern Brewery has won a bronze medal in the SIBA Midlands Beer Competition 2013