|Posted on Friday, 22 December, 2006 - 12:23 pm: |
Does anyone know of any special events being held by the pubs and eateries in Forest Hill on New Years Eve? I know the Dartmouth are doing a special 4-course dinner and dance thing. Anything else going on?
Also does anyone know if one needs tickets for The Hob?
|Posted on Friday, 22 December, 2006 - 01:16 pm: |
Blyth Hill Tavern
|Posted on Tuesday, 26 December, 2006 - 11:31 am: |
The best kept secret in Forest Hill I can let you into is the ' free' son et lumiere show that takes place at the top of Canonbie Road at the stroke of midnight on NYE. (Don't tell anyone else as with too many people it can get very crowded.!
|Posted on Thursday, 28 December, 2006 - 11:55 am: |
I walked past the Hob yesterday and it said tickets were £12 in advance or £20 on the door for NYE, if that's any help? Seems rather steep to me!
|Posted on Thursday, 28 December, 2006 - 03:55 pm: |
I at a complete loss. Pubs charging entrance fees , how times have changed.
I for one refuse to pay an entrance fee for a pub esprecially for New Year's Eve to watch everyone getting wasted.
|Posted on Friday, 29 December, 2006 - 04:15 pm: |
hi there dont want to get into trouble....
so i'll keep it brief, i was going to charge £15
with a tapas buffet thrown in...but given it some thought and feel since millenuim times have changed...
therefore i'm now going to do a normal evening menu till 10pm free admission for anyone else that wants to see the bells in.. but i dont want to let in straglers after 1pm i want to keep it happy and civil... bar will be open late till 3am
have a happy new year to all in se.23.com
|Posted on Monday, 01 January, 2007 - 12:45 pm: |
good recommendation Roz - there were quite a few cars stopped in the middle of the road but not uncomfortably crowded considering the excellent view.
|Posted on Tuesday, 02 January, 2007 - 04:19 pm: |
We didn't really have much trouble with the cars...well considering we are the house right at the top and stood in the front garden to watch it..what was going on in the road didn't really bother us! It gets more and more crowded every year...but creates a lovely atmosphere...just a shame no one wanted to join in our singing!
|Posted on Tuesday, 02 January, 2007 - 05:29 pm: |
Couldn't quite follow the singing but i did like the snowman outside your front door.
|Posted on Thursday, 04 January, 2007 - 01:29 pm: |
what happens at the top of canonbie road again?
|Posted on Thursday, 04 January, 2007 - 04:43 pm: |
Stuff that you wouldn't believe
|Posted on Thursday, 04 January, 2007 - 10:08 pm: |
Yes DJ you really missed out.
|Posted on Thursday, 04 January, 2007 - 10:31 pm: |
And even I missed out as we fell asleep before midnight and never made it out. Still, glad we have fond memories of previous Canonbie New Years to last us through to the next one. If anyone's passing our door next NYE, ring on the bell and make sure we're still up- please....