Ron Chin (1977-84) warmly invites fellow Old Nottinghamians and their connections to a Leeds Curry Club:
"The Curry Club is meeting up in Leeds on Saturday 14th September, so come and join us for a couple of drinks and some excellent Kashmiri cuisine in The North - before winter comes!
We will meet around 6.30pm at the oldest pub in Leeds, Whitelocks (est. 1715) LS1 6HB, which is just off Briggate opposite Harvey Nichols. We have a table booked for 8.00pm at the Aagrah LS9 8AH, which is a short walk or stagger to St Peter's Square, Quarry Hill next to the Leeds Playhouse. You are promised some excellent regional Kashmiri dishes in this award-winning restaurant.
I hope you can join us with partners and friends for a fabulous evening."
Cheers, Ron - we hope you enjoyed all the research!
'Built in 1715, and with its current famous interior dating from the late 1800s, Whitelock’s is the oldest public house in Leeds. Under new ownership since May 2012, we have preserved the rich history and charm that has always been the cornerstone of Whitelock's, while infusing it with new life and and our passion for great service, food and drink.
We serve a wide selection of real ale and craft beers – many from Yorkshire breweries – alongside a menu of fresh, home-cooked and locally sourced food available seven days a week.
We have a large outdoor beer ‘garden’ (well, actually our famous Turk’s Head Yard), free WiFi, a real log fire in the winter, Sunday newspapers and we are child and dog friendly!
Our sister bar The Turk’s Head opened in January 2016 – just next door at the top of yard. With 12 keg, 2 cask lines, 40+ bottles & cans and a top notch spirit, cocktail and wine offering, why not pay a visit?'