Poppy & Pint

The Poppy & Pint is a light, airy and spacious pub that is nestled right at the heart of the Lady Bay community...

As with any Castle Rock pub, the drinks range is diverse and has a great mix of traditional and newer beers from hand pull pumps that decorate the bartop, to a whole wall dedicated to craft beer.

The pub has three main areas: a dining room, a cafe bar and a traditional bar - meaning it’s suitable for both those who want to do some work during the day or those who fancy a relaxed session. They’re also known for serving up some good grub, too.

Recently sampled (via Untappd)

  • Inception

    Lenton Lane Brewery - Pale Ale - New England, 4.5%
    Drank on Friday 28 February 2020 at 11:39

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  • Richard III

    Lenton Lane Brewery - IPA - English, 5.2%
    Drank on Friday 28 February 2020 at 11:38

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  • Grizzly Pear

    Vibrant Forest Brewery - Sour - Gose - Fruited, 4.3%
    Drank on Friday 28 February 2020 at 11:33

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  • 200 Not Out

    Lenton Lane Brewery - IPA - English, 6%
    Drank on Friday 28 February 2020 at 11:18

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  • Walk the Planck

    Lenton Lane Brewery - Pale Ale - English, 4.4%
    Drank on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 21:31

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  • Cascade SM&SH

    Lenton Lane Brewery - Pale Ale - English, 4.6%
    Drank on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 19:48

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  • Bluebird

    Lenton Lane Brewery - Pale Ale - English, 3.8%
    Drank on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 19:45

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  • Jaded Hare

    Welbeck Abbey Brewery - Pale Ale - New Zealand, 5.5%
    Drank on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 14:26

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  • IPA: Citra

    Castle Rock Brewery - IPA - American, 5.9%
    Drank on Monday 24 February 2020 at 20:44

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Poppy & Pint
Pierrepont Road
Lady Bay

Opening hours

Sunday 10:00 - 23:00
Monday 09:30 - 23:00
Tuesday 09:30 - 23:00
Wednesday 09:30 - 23:00
Thursday 09:30 - 23:00
Friday 09:30 - 23:00
Saturday 09:30 - 23:00


PoppyandPint (@PoppyandPint)


Latest tweets

@PoppyandPint 2 days ago

Tonight we have Lenton Lane Brewery Tap Takeover with 6 cask beers including their newly crowned @NottinghamCAMRA C… https://t.co/WqXioNz84e

@PoppyandPint 5 days ago

RT @LadyBayBallet: Here’s ALL our upcoming #adultballetclasses @poppyandpint •Beginner Adult Ballet Monday, 1.00-2.00pm Friday, 11.45am-…

@PoppyandPint 1 week ago

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Upcoming Events (from LeftLion)

  • Heron Music Cafe at The Poppy and Pint

    Monday 02 March 2020 10:30

    Every other Monday morning join the Poppy and Pint and Heron Music Cafe for live music sessions and good times!

    These fun, uplifting sessions, run by local music practitioners are accessible to all. If you’re feeling a bit lonely and isolated, have dementia or other health conditions, a carer for someone or just fancy a coffee, chat and sing - they’d love to see you there.

    The music cafe is open 10:30am-midday, every other Monday.

    Entry is free and so are light refreshments.

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  • The Poppy Folk Day at The Poppy and Pint

    Sunday 22 March 2020 10:30

    All are welcome to join us for a round-the-room singing session. Bring a song to sing, a tune to play, or just come along to listen.

    Ian Price, Dorothy Plater Trio, Julie Palmer & Phil Preen, Terry Maxwell, Stonesthrow.
    Stonesthrow are a recent collaboration between Burton Folk Club's Tony Fowkes, and Derby duo, Steve and Julie Wigley. Discovering that they lived a 'stone's throw' apart, they got together to try some songs and found, to their astonishment, that it worked quite well! After singing at Moira Furnace Folk festival and in the Fringe at Derby Folk Weekend, as well as around the local folk clubs, they are recording an album together, due out in the Spring.

    Terry Maxwell Born in Oregon, Terry moved to the UK in 1973. He is a singer, songwriter and guitarist still singing with an American twang and is a flatpicker by nature sometimes using a half capo for a more modal effect. Terry performs with the bluegrass, country trio "Cellotapes" and with electric blues band "Better Than Nothing".

    Poppy Folk Club Showcase An opportunity for some of our Poppy Folk Club singaround regulars to perform on the 'Big Stage'.

    First up is Ian Price, an unaccompanied singer of modern-ish folk songs with a political slant (because nothing ever changes!) He will occasionally surprise us by throwing in one of his own!

    RoDoJa is Roger Lymm, Dorothy Plater and James Minns. They started singing together at the start of 2019 and enjoy playing with a variety of folk songs from America, UK and Ireland.

    Julie Palmer & Phil Preen are founding members and are the reason the club exists. Julie is at home performing a Child ballad, a rousing chorus song, or a comedy number. Phil has an eclectic repertoire of songs, and basically sings anything that takes his fancy. He plays percussion, tin whistle and concertina.

    Jim Hellewell, Helen & Chris Morris, Phil Langran, Looma.
    Looma Three parts English, one part Orkney, Looma plays acoustic roots and folk music from the swamps of Louisiana to the Swedish midnight sun, and everywhere in between. Bringing together folk, blues, cajun, bluegrass and country traditions, as well as original songs, Looma mix driving energy with strong vocals and foot-tapping tunes. Looma are: Liz Logie (Piano Accordion, Percussion, Vocals); Mark Theobald (Harmonica, Ukelele, Vocals); Bob Gilmour-Evans (Guitar, Vocals) and Tim Garland (Cittern, Fiddle, Vocals).

    Phil Langran has been writing, playing and singing songs since the age of fifteen, leaving a trail of broken strings from Brighton to Inverness. Phil has honed a distinctive style - literate, highly melodic and keenly observed scenes of life, love and landscape. He has recorded and appeared extensively as a solo artist and with the Phil Langran Band.

    Helen & Chris Morris have dipped in & out of the folk scene for the last 40 years, both musically & as dancers. Helen sings a mixture of traditional & contemporary songs, accompanying herself on guitar. Chris plays guitar, flute, mouth organ & sings mostly contemporary 1960's songs. Together, they perform a mixture of both.

    Jim Hellewell Jim tells us: "I picked up my first harmonica in the early 60s, playing mainly blues. Fast forward to the end of the decade and I was introduced to folk music which gave me the chance to use my harp, playing and singing with other musicians. At present I play and sing with the Strawberry Jammers. People often ask me how I manage to breathe while playing....the answer is "I haven't got a clue!"

    We have invited local musicians to come along for a jamming session downstairs in the bar. Why not bring your instrument along and join us?

    Faustus, with their trademark powerhouse English folk, have spent much of the past two years researching and writing new material from the poetry of 1860s Lancashire Cotton Famine, resulting in powerful and moving new songs and an already acclaimed 5-track EP, Cotton Lords. Band members Benji Kirkpatrick (Seth Lakeman Band, Steeleye Span, Bellowhead), Saul Rose (Waterson:Carthy, Eliza Carthy's Wayward Band, Whapweazel) and Paul Sartin (Bellowhead, Belshazzar's Feast) are three of the leading lights of their generation and all deeply rooted in the English tradition.

    Jenny Bell & Wil Walker Jenny Bell (vocals, lute, 12-string guitar) and Wil Walker (fiddle) perform regularly at the Poppy Folk Club. A contemporary folk duo, they perform mostly Jenny's own songs - and she has written many - alongside the occasional dip into medieval music.

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