Please don't forget our regular Quiz Night each Thursday beginning at 9.30pm. No politics, no religion, no chew - enjoy the night. See if you can beat our quiz masters - Tim Fleming or Andrew Horsburgh - at their own game. There are tasty treats placed on the bar half way through the evening at no charge.
Hartlepool Headland Carnival is an annual event which takes place during early August and is run entirely by volunteers from the local community. The Headland Carnival Committee have been bringing this event together now for over 83 years. The Carnival hosts a number of annual competitions such as a children’s treasure dig, nutty-slack race, a traditional fair on the Town Moor, a fun sports day and much, much more! The Carnival draws to a close each year with the mighty and impressive Carnival Day Parade.
St. Hilda's Church
St Hilda’s Church is quite simply one of the most important churches in the North of England. It is a Grade II listed building and stands on an earlier monastic site and dominates Hartlepool’s Headland skyline. It dates from around 1190 but stands upon the remains of a former religious establishment dating back to the 7th century. For more information about the church visit their website:
Telephone : 01429 267030
Boxing Day Dip
We also support the annual Boxing Day Dip which takes place on December 26th every year when people of all ages join in the fun with a dip in the North Sea to raise money for charities of their choice.
Then of course we have the annual Raft Race on the Fish Sands each September. The winners in 2017 were the 1st Hartlepool Boys Brigade who are pictured directly above.
The Famous Grouse - famous for the haunted tunnels that run between the pub and the local churchyard. Ghosts are said to include a grey lady, a wandering nun and a woman carrying a baby.
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