EVENTS & NEWS
Here at The Horse & Jockey we view ourselves as a sociable bunch and enjoy a good get together!
We can offer this to you too with the use of our skittle alley which is home to 5 local skittle teams. Should you fancy it, you can hire it for a family or friends get together or even kids parties.
We aim to hold a ‘LIVE Music Sunday’ once a month and during the Summer and over the Bank Holidays we will look to light up the barbecue so keep a look out on our page for upcoming dates.
If you are staying in the area and fancy a soak up of some truly West Country atmosphere we would be delighted to see you.
Our restaurant has had it's makeover!
Book your table today. We are really pleased with the result!
Binegar's Bonkers Barrow Race
***Supporting BAGS 'Binegar's Bonkers Barrow Race' ***
We helped to raise £800
for The Mendip School, Shepton Mallet!
Valentine's Day at
The Horse and Jockey 2020
Live Music Friday 13th March from 9pm
The Sheriff from Midsomer Norton
Join us for an evening of live music with the incredible, the talented, The Sheriff! This local band never fails to impress, playing some of the finest acoustic music in the west. Free entry, live music from 9pm...
The Sheriff perform a blend of Irish, Americana and Bluegrass music, with a few originals too. The band is made up of 4 established musicians; Jon Parry (vocals), Sam Evans (guitarist & singer-songwriter), Mark Kinnear (Banjo, Harmonica, Mandolin - over 30 years experience) and Joe Kinnear (drums)
Local frontmen Sam Evans & Jon Parry certainly know how to get the party going, with loads of gig experience in venues across the UK & Europe 'The Sheriff' is their chance to have some fun. They pride themselves on superb musicianship, sweet harmonies and well-known songs for everyone to sing along with! The band is very proud to be from Somerset and also 'tips a hat' to the fantastic Irish music which they love to perform.
Songs from The Dubliners, The Pogues, The Wurzels, Bob Dylan and The Band , Old Crow Medicine Show and many more....
Featured in Mendip Times article
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