What's on in Langsett

Thurlstone Brass Band are playing on our lawn between 12-4 on July 28th 2013! Come along for a Sunday Roast or a Pie and enjoy the music and view at the same time!


Cycling and the perils of mud - well off the Tour de France route - unlike us!!!!



Come and join us for St. Valentines night - Thursday, 14th February. Call 01226 763147 to find out more.


A very, very merry Christmas from all of us in the kitchen for tonights candle-lit dinner. A few unusual flavours on the menu tonight - we hope that everyone enjoys it...


On the table

Mackeral paté with liquorice

Beetroot with horseradish

To start

Moules mariniere


In the middle

Italian style rabbit pie, with herbs, red wine and black olives

Oriental style sea bass, with ginger, spring onions and soy sauce

Langsett style roasted duck, with bigarade sauce

all served with cabbage with caraway and various roasted vegetables

In between

Strawberry and roast pepper sorbet

To end

Maureen’s Treacle tart with whisky mac cream
Christmas pudding with Cyril’s rum sauce

Yorkshire’s cheese with a bit of honey comb and walnuts


Thank you!


Thurlstone Brass Band will be playing in the pub again this Christmas. Come along on the 23rd December around 1pm until 3pm for Christmas carols, mince pies, beer and good cheer. Ho!Ho!Ho!


Friday 21st Party Pie night - big turkey and ham or meat and potoato pie's - from £10 per head - get a group together and come and tuck in.

Saturday 22 Dec Saturday night special - our candle-lit dinner evening with lots of gourmet treats on the menu.


crackers, Quaility Street, Brass Bands, turkey and xmas pudding amongst other things - Sunday 16th 12pm until 3pm and Sunday 23rd 12pm until 3pm. Bookings now being taken.


Saturday 27th October at 7.30pm will see Langsett awash with mysterious cloaked figures carrying flaming torches. Mr Fox and his dancing entourage will once again be drumming up an atmosphere of pagan revelry. We will know winter is here. Come early and stoke up with food and beer. Open from 5.30pm. http://www.mr-fox.org.uk/index.html