The Winter Wonderland market on the evening of December 4th is now fully booked as is all trading space in the surrounding streets. However, there are still a few tables available in the Assembly Rooms above the market in “Upstairs @ Winter Wonderland” being organised by Rosemary Hallett. Her application form is available here.
Upstairs Winter Wonderland_Booking Form 2015
The Royal Oak, a 14th Century building, situated in the old street of Goodramgate, York!
Good-ram-gate was named after the entrance way for goods that were to be delivered to the Market place close by the historic Shambles, York. The name of the street dates back to the Viking era.
At the Royal Oak we pride ourselves on the quality of ale we sell. We have three permanent ales, these are:
Theakston Best Bitter 3.8%
Theakston Old Peculier 5.6%
Abbot Ale 5.0%
We also have several guest ales on tap. More information about our Real Ales can be found here.
Music every Wednesday and Friday
Gypsy Bill and Del Potter play the Blues on Wednesday evenings from 9pm. Friday night is popular covers evening with Brambles Knapskin or Adam Dawson.
Pub quiz every Sunday from 8.30 pm with a gallon of ale for the winning team. Other prizes given to winners including a box of chocolates, bottle of wine and Lottery scratch card. The quiz questions include general knowledge, taste challenge and a music round.
Why not download our main menu?
Or get our burger and steak menus here
Pannier Antiques will hold their next antiques market in the historic pannier market in South Molton on Sunday 31st June. This monthly market is proving to be the place to buy antiques in the South West.
Access to the market provides traders and visitors with facilities to drive in, unload/reload and drive out. South Molton is a market town off the A361 link road from the M5 to Bideford.
If you are a Trader and would like to reserve a stand please visit our ‘Traders’ Page‘ and read more about our offers and fill in the ‘Booking Form‘.
South Molton Food Fest – Sunday 29 March 2015 in the Pannier Market
On Sunday 29 March, the South Molton Business Association (SMBA) will be hosting the town’s first Food Fest, in The Pannier Market.
The event will use the successful North Devon Food Fest as a model. So expect loads of food and drink stalls, showcasing both fresh produce as well as many different delicious cooked foods, be that hog roasts, curries, or traditional fayre such as breads, pies and pastries. As well as a plethora of savouries the aim is to fill the market with stalls selling mouth watering cakes, biscuits, and fruit filled jams and spicy chutneys. And as the area is fortunate to have cider and fruit juice producers, there will be the opportunity to try a real Devon tipple and locally produced ales.
SMBA is a non profit making organisation, but any funds raised by the Food Fest, as with all the other events we run, will be ploughed back into the local community.
To book and secure your stall for Sunday 29 March South Molton Food, please complete the attached form. Either post the form enclosing a cheque payable to “South Molton Business Association” or email the form and pay by BACS with the reference “Food fest”. Full details on timings etc will be sent with receipts.
Prices for one day in the pannier market are inclusive of table hire:
10′ frontage = £30.00 20′ frontage = £60.00 Electricity = £5.00
2015-Food-Fest-Booking-Form (1) (word document)
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