August Natters & Nibbles
15th August 2015 / 10.30am / Bill Rawles Classic Cars Workshop, Hursley Cottage, Barn Lane, Four Marks, Hants GU34 5JA
August Natters & Nibbles – Saturday 15th August 2015
August is the height of summer time in our temperate zone of the nothern hemisphere. The longest day of the year has passed but hopefully we still have some hot, sunny, blue sky days left to enjoy. The birds are already planning to fly south for the winter and many of us have chosen to go on holiday. If you are not away on Saturday 15th August 2015 for our fifth Natters and Nibbles date of the year, then we would love to see you.
Don’t forget if you would like to put your car up on a ramp, please book a slot with Bill Rawles at firstname.lastname@example.org
If after all that talking you are feeling a little thirsty and ready for lunch, then we have plenty of pubs, coffee shops and restaurants in our locality that you can drive on to.
We have a couple of facebook albums, that we are constantly adding to, that may inspire you to take a ride out into the surrounding countryside or to our small market town of Alresford or further down the A31 to the beautiful cathedral city of Winchester. We were trying for a 100 pubs in an Austin Healey 100 but we are failing miserably, Pubs and Classic Cars, which again needs some serious attention due to a serious lack of outings and Club Arnage a small car club we were invited to join with the aim of classic cars meeting at a pub venue.
To whet your appetite here are a few links to some of our local pubs and of course if you discover one that you feel we should add to this list, then please let us know :-
The Bush Inn – Situated on the banks of the River Itchen, a traditional 17th Century pub – SO24 0RF
The Globe – A 15th century building, located on a lake, offering a premium selection of drinks and locally sourced food – SO24 9DB
The Chestnut Horse – ‘Striving to be the best’ high quality, fresh, local sourced meals, served with pride by conscientios staff – SO21 1EG
The Greyfriar – A child and dog friendly 16th century country pub, set in the picturesque village of Chawton – GU34 1SB
The Wykeham Arms – A historic pub in Winchester, sandwiched between the cathedral and a 14th Century college, a luxurious country pub – SO23 9PE
The pub with No Name – Aka The White Horse – Situated in the South Downs National Park, a pub which has great pride in promoting traditional aspects of the old fashioned pub – GU32 1DA
The Purefoyarms – Located in rural Preston Candover, proud to be awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand award for offering high quality products and services and good value for money – RG25 2EJ
The Woolpack Inn – A warm and welcoming country pub with a good country feel, good quality ale and the pubs own Woolpack Ale on tap – SO24 9TJ
The Thomas Lord – Beautifully restored, traditional village pub, offering an excellent range of real ales and a menu full of mouth watering meals, served 7 days a week – GU32 1LN