Weekly Pub Quiz

Join us every Thursday from 8pm for our weekly pub quiz! The quiz has 4 rounds of 10 questions and a picture round. Please note that our quiz does not run throughout August.

Round 1: General Knowledge

Round 2: Music

Round 3: Sport

Round 4: Film and TV

PLUS a picture round. 

It’s £2pp to enter – half goes to the winners and half goes to charity. Book a table on our website: here or call 01323 642500. 

Charities we have supported


Sands is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity in the UK. Sands exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that anyone affected by the death of a baby receives the best possible care and support for as long as they need it. 

Claddagh Watch

Claddagh Watch Patrol was established to prevent deaths by accident and suicide on the river and canals of Galway City by providing nightly volunteer patrols along the waterways for the benefit of the Galway Community and visitors thereto.

Save the Children’s Ukraine Appeal

There is no safe place in Ukraine. 

15 million people in Ukraine urgently need help, such as shelter, food and clean water. 

For almost every single second of the war, a child has become a refugee. Almost two-thirds of children were forced to flee their homes in the first 100 days of war.

Holding Space

Supporting parents/carers whose children are struggling with their mental health. 

Holding space offer a safe, non-judgmental, confidential space for parents to come together and be supported along this journey. Holding Space want parents and families to know they are not alone.

Children with Cancer Fund

CWCF was formed in July 1998 and is made up of a small voluntary group of family and friends with the main thought being to enable the children, and families of the children with cancer, to have a quality of life that we would hope to have ourselves.

Most of the time it means giving them treats or buying them something they have missed out on, normally due to the fact that their money has been spent fighting the illness or burning up petrol going to and from the hospital for treatment.