Park Tavern News

Item: Kitchen Opening Times
Thursday 5pm - 9pm, Friday to Sunday 12 - 5pm
Description: We have been working with Nigel Wilcox (our friendly butcher next door) to find the best meat for our burgers and the wonderful Paul Robinshaw from Flour, Salt, Water for the brioche buns.
Choose from a selection of burgers and toppings, click the link below to download the menu;
Location: The Park Tavern
Item: Next SciBar - Monday 24 July
Powered by the Dane
Peter Aston
Description: Speaker: Peter Aston, Congleton Sustainability Group
Powered by the Dane: The Havannah Weir Hydro-Electric Scheme
Moving away from fossil fuels is the virtually accepted energy policy for most governments, but can local communities contribute? The Congleton Sustainability Group has been pursuing hydro power from the River Dane for more than 10 years. Peter Aston, Chair of the group, will describe the challenging journey through failures to the current proposed installation at Havannah Weir, a mile north of Congleton.
Event starts 6.30 pm. As always, anyone from Junior School age onwards is very welcome. You don’t need to be an expert. Just bring an inquisitive mind!
Food will be served from 4pm until 8pm.
Location: The Park Tavern
Item: Discussion at The Park - Wed 19 July
Hilary Mantel: are historical novels misleading?
Description: This will be the last Discussion at the Park, before our August break. Hilary Mantel considers how imagination may make history more convincing in novels and plays. Do we agree, or do we prefer history straight? Let’s discuss “Hilary Mantel: are historical novels misleading?”
No prior knowledge required. Free of charge. Starts 7:30 pm.
Discussion at The Park - Macclesfield’s place where moral dilemmas,
philosophical ideas and the real world meet for a discussion over a snack and a drink.
The group is supported by an education charity – The Raymond Williams Foundation
Location: The Park Tavern
Item: Pictures in the Park
Our very own 27 seater boutique cinema
Description: Our cinema listings are now available to download here;
Location: The Park Tavern
Item: Very Naughty Boys
This Sunday at the Park Tavern
Description: To coincide with the re-release of his best-selling book ‘Very Naughty Boys’, author Robert Sellers talks about the history of HANDMADE FILMS followed by a Q & A and a screening of the film that began Handmade Films, Monty Python’s Life of Brian.
Tickets are limited to 30 and can be bought from the Winterfest Website, click below, Includes a glass of wine or pint of beer and a buffet.
Item: Quiz Night every Monday
Big prizes, great fun!!
Description: Big Prizes with all the fun of a great big quiz, every Monday from 8:30pm.
Item: We are Cask Marque accredited
Item: Book one of our meeting rooms
Description: We have a small room available to use in the evening for meetings in a relaxed environment, and if you shut the door it can also be private. It seats up to 20 people and it close to the bar!!
We now also have an upstairs meeting room which seats up to 40 people, very private, not as close to the bar!
We can also provide a projector screen, there are plenty of power points and we have a PA system if you need it.
All meeting rooms are free of charge to use.
Item: Please ‘Like’ our new Park Tavern Facebook page
Item: Moravka Lager
Available in 4.4% or 5%
Description: We only sell one draught lager and that is because not only is it the best craft brewed English Lager it is also locally produced.
Czech style lager brewed by Taddington Brewery near Buxton.
Now a permanent feature this is an unpasteurised pilsner with lots of taste available in both 4.4% and 5%.
Item: Park Tavern Bar
Description: Bollington Brewing Co. beers lined up on the bar at the Park Tavern.
We have five of our own beers, one guest ales, and two guest ciders all on hand pumps.
We also have locally brewed Moravka Lager on tap, click on the link below for more information about Moravka.
Location: The Park Tavern
Item: Pictures of the Park Tavern
Description: Click the link below to see some photos of the Park Tavern through the ages.
A big thank you to Paul Wreglesworth, pub and brewery historian for providing the old photos.