We are getting ready for the Jubilee celebrations.  We hope to see you at the Barn Dance on the 4th June 2022 and in the George Field on Sunday 5th June 2022.


The crowd enjoying Thomas Abrahams on 23rd April 2022.


Thomas Abrahams on stage at the Village Hall 23rd April 2022


Thomas Abrahams on stage at the Village Hall 23rd April 2022


View from the bar on 23rd April 2022


Some of the bar staff at the George Community event on 23rd April 2022


The team meet Damian Green in Bethersden on 18th February 2022


The George Community Quiz on 4th February 2022


The George Community Quiz on 4th February 2022


Damian Green with the team in early January 2022.  We are very grateful for his support.


The helpers get ready for the Beer & Carols evening on Friday 17th December 2021.


Some more helpers getting ready on the 17th December 2021.  Actually this could be nearer the end of the night!


Pop up no. 3 – 3rd October.  Lovely to see the pub garden so busy.


Pop up 3: Alex addresses the crowds


Pop up 3: Joanne does a great job serving the great and the good


Pop up 3: Robin the amazing BBQ man – thanks so much to Paul from Marchants for the great deal on the sausages.


Pop up 3: Joanne and Alex selfy


Pop up 3: Roger and Alex also like the Romney Amber Ale


Pop up 3: St Margaret’s looking fab in the deep blue sky


Pop up 3: The weather doesn’t stop us.  Thanks to Duncan for the robust gazebo.


Our new sign installed on the pub 29th September 2021


Another picture from 29th September 2021


Pop Up no. 1 27th August: it was lovely to see so many kids coming and having fun.


Pop Up no. 2 27th August: Alex was standing on something


Pop Up no. 2 27th August: Lots of fun was had by all


Pop Up no. 2 27th August: With Joanne in Ibetha the punters had to make do with this lot.


Pop up event no. 1 30th July 2021.


Pop up event no. 1 30th July 2021 – the view to the George Field


The bar staff – pop up no. 1 30th July 2021

Project meeting
Our first public meeting in the Village Hall on Saturday 10th July 2021


An old picture of the pub


After the first lockdown the pub garden was used for tea parties


The view from the church tower


People enjoying the pub garden