Derby could lose one of its finest community pubs this week when the Horse and Groom, in Elms Street, goes under the hammer. A guide price of £135,000 is quoted for a pub, which also has the reputation of being one of the city’s best music venues. It is up for sale at the first SDL/Graham Penny property auction of the year at Pride Park Stadium on Thursday, February 22 – right in the middle of the Derby Winter Ale Festival.
Derbyshire's latest pick for the Commonwealth Games, cyclist Cameron Orr, will not be wearing the red and white of England – but the green of Northern Ireland. Orr, another top competitor from the Matlock Cycling Club production line, qualifies for Northern Ireland through his father Robert and late grandfather John and will be heading for Gold Coast, in Australia, in April.
The stage at Derby Theatre will be turned into a bar selling an exclusive Dancing Duck Brewery beer when the latest production starts on Friday, March 2. It’s no surprise to see Dancing Duck, one of the city’s most progressive breweries, involved in another innovative idea, which will add something extra to the theatre’s production of Two, a play about a bickering couple and their customers in a working-class northern pub in the 80s.
@RichardCusackBM I thought Karanka's suggestion that they were going to "war", apart from being ridiculous, as it's football, was incitement. I thought some of his players took it to heart. @EricLichaj doesn't appear to be "like that" but I hope, today, he thinks, 'yeah, I got that wrong.'
@SeeMeGB@nottmtails you keep missing the point! He walked away. There was nothing to prevent. Then several Forest players weighed in.
I absolutely get, I really do, that fans on opposing sides will see incidents differently. But there's no defending that challenge.
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