Marianne Hancox, the landlady of The Jolly Woodman in Littleworth Common, has recently relaunched with a completely brand new menu, freshly prepared by its new Head Chef Jane. It boasts an array of meals for all to enjoy, including gluten free, serving home-made pub classics and an evening menu from 12noon to 2.30pm, and 6pm to 9pm, Tuesday to Saturday, and traditional roasts on Sunday 12noon to 4.00pm.
The Jolly Woodman is a quaint nineteenth century country pub close to the historic woodlands of Burnham Beeches; granted a licence in 1832, it is the oldest pub in Littleworth Common. It has featured in many film and television productions in which both the interior and exterior have frequently been used, including ‘Maid of Honor’ starring Patrick Dempsey, ‘Carry On Dick’ and most recently the film ‘Riot Club’. Television productions have included several scenes from ‘Midsummer Murders’. So whether you are an avid walker enjoying the local countryside, a film connoisseur, or someone looking to enjoy good food and real ale then The Jolly Woodman looks forward to welcoming you.
The Jolly also offers regular live entertainment, which includes traditional monthly Jazz evenings. The pub shall be hosting ‘The Dixieland Swing Kings’ on 04 July 2016 for an American themed evening to celebrate US Independence Day, incorporating an American style menu; entry is always free. If you are a budding musician looking for somewhere to play, why not get in touch?
Contact and location details can be found on the pub’s website: http://www.thejollywoodman.co.uk/
Please like and follow The Jolly Woodman’s Twitter (@Jolly_Woodman) and Facebook (The Jolly Woodman) pages to keep up to date with any events and deals. For instance, this Fathers’ Day The Jolly Woodman will be giving away a Yorkie Bar to every Father ordering a meal – one just for Dads!