The South Devon branch of CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale) has voted the Tally Ho as runner up in this year’s Pub of the Year and Rural Pub of the Year Competitions! Ian Packham, vice-chairman of South Devon CAMRA presented the certificates to Rachel and Marc on Tuesday 25th April. The Tally Ho has … Continue reading Runner up as South Devon’s Pub of the Year and Rural Pub of the Year 2017
Friday 31st March was a wonderful evening spent with South Hams brewery learning more about their range of ales, the ingredients used and the brewing process. The South Hams team, Sam and Joe, were very knowledgeable and informative and everyone enjoyed the samples on offer and learnt more about real ales. Have a look at … Continue reading Our first Tap Takeover is a great success
The Tally Ho has now received our first bottle of Glenwyvis Gin. It’s truly delicious! Glenwyvis will be the worlds first 100% community owned distillery, built to bring distilling back to this highland town of Dingwall. Glenwyvis has historic roots that stretch back to Ferintosh distillery in the 17th century, but in name it also … Continue reading Gin from a community owned distillery has arrived
The recent heavy rain has revealed a leak that we weren’t aware of, which means our kitchen closure has had to be extended by a day (better to find out now!). So we won’t now be serving food on Saturday 26th, but we definitely will on Sunday 27th! We’ve still got tables available on Sunday, … Continue reading Kitchen now re-opening on Sunday 27th November
The Tally is up for yet another award! The Tally Ho and Littlehempston Community Pub Limited is one of three finalists in the South West of England category of the Community Ownership Awards 2016! The awards are run by the Plunkett Foundation, a national charity who support people, predominantly in rural areas, to set up … Continue reading Shortlisted for the Rural Community Ownership Awards
Looking for a venue for your Christmas party or get-together? You’ll find a very warm welcome at the Tally Ho, South Devon’s first community owned pub. This historic Grade 2 listed building is full of character and aided by the wood burning fires and Christmas decorations, the Tally will be a place of traditional Christmas … Continue reading Christmas at the Tally Ho
Kitchens don’t last forever and we are giving ours some tender loving care with a full refurbishment from floor to ceiling. From Tuesday 8th to Friday 25th November 2016, the Tally Ho kitchen will say goodbye (for eighteen days) and we will unfortunately not be serving any hot food. We do apologise for any inconvenience … Continue reading Tally Ho Kitchen Refurbishment
The Tally Ho has been nominated in the Herald Express Pub of the Year competition – now we need YOU to cast your votes for us. This year the main way for you to vote is by buying copies of the Herald Express and using the printed voting coupons inside. Just cut out the coupon, … Continue reading Vote for the Tally to be Herald Express Pub of the Year 2016!
We’re proud to announce that CAMRA’s recently published Good Beer Guide 2017 includes the Tally Ho! Next time you’re in, take a look at the Guide which sits proudly on the bar – you can order your own copy from CAMRA’s website. The Tally is a free house, which means that we can offer a … Continue reading We’re in the the Good Beer Guide 2017
The roadworks just along from the Tally Ho have been finished a week early, so you can get to the pub just as usual again – in fact even better than before because you don’t have to bump over the “sink hole”!