Dear All.

We will be opening on Saturday 4th July from 12 Noon, and our revised opening hours are as follows:

Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday to Friday 5pm to 11pm
Saturday 12 noon to 11pm (closing between 4 and 6pm
for cleaning)
Sunday 12 noon to 8pm.

Children MUST be fully supervised at all times.

There will be a one-way system around the pub and all customers must enter via the Garden entrance and exit either through the Bar, or the re-located Restaurant.

Please follow signs and arrows and keep 2m apart as much as possible. Wherever this is not possible, then mitigating factors must be considered, i.e. face coverings and limiting the amount of time that you are closer than 2m.

Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the building, and at all entrances and these should be used responsibly.

There is a limit to the number of people we can have in the pub at any one time, with a maximum of 6 per table, and from only two households, and this applies to both indoors and in the garden.

PLEASE DO NOT MOVE TABLES AND CHAIRS TO TRY
AND ACCOMMODATE MORE PEOPLE.

Toilets may only be used by one person at a time, so please wait until they are empty before entering.

We do have to keep a register of all customers name and contact details, and we are currently waiting for guidelines regarding Data Protection.

There will no doubt be further issues that will come to light once we re-open, but I am sure we will all work together to overcome them.

We look forward to seeing you all very soon.

Contact information

Name:
Dancing Dog Saloon
Telephone:
01795 475474

It has been noticed that the non-cancellation of events on our What's On is being mis-interpreted.

It is apparent that with pubs and clubs not allowed to open, and social distancing likely to be in place for several months yet, there will be no events in the near future.

We know that all the organisers are anxious to resume as soon as possible, but this does NOT seem likely any time soon.

We have therefore decided to remove all the events from our calendar. As soon as we hear of any resumption, we will be only too happy to re-install them.

Message from the Best of British
 
It has come to our notice that a rumour is going round that The Best of British CMC is not reopening.  This rumour is completely untrue and we will open the doors to our/your club when it is absolutely safe to do so.  In the meantime I would ask those concerned to please refrain from spreading this rumour.
Please everybody keep well, keep safe and Keep It Country."

We are told by Shaun Egan that he is closing the Dancing Dog whilst this current pandemic lasts.

Therefore,all scheduled events have been cancelled until further notice.

18.4.2020 - Four weeks into our lockdown, and we still no nearer to knowing when we will have events to publish 😕 We can only be patient. 

Maggie and I have both received official letters telling us that we are classified as "extremely clinically vulnerable", and as such, we are NOT allowed to leave our property, even for food or doctors visits. No shopping. No outside exercise. We envy those who can at least go for a brief walk. 

We know that we have at least 8 more weeks to wait. In the end we look forward to getting out and seeing our friends at the clubs. In the meantime we ask you all to STAY HOME. STAY SAFE

We are aware that a large percentage of the club members fall into groups that are advised to 'self-isolate' and as such this would reduce the club attendances. This will mean that many clubs, who are already on tight financial margins will need to assess the viability of continuing with the events.

We can only recommend that the organisers are contacted before travelling to the clubs. Any cancelled events we are told about may be found here.

Organisers are asked to let us know as/when decisions are made to cancel events so that we can help spread the word. Our contact details are here.

We have just add the pleasure of adding a new club to our site.

The Delta Dawn C.M.C. is based in Tonbridge at The New Telegraph Club, Priory Road

At a time when we are reporting the closure of clubs, this is particularly welcome, and also marks the first time we have a club based in West Kent.

We wish them every sucess, and hope our visitors will support this venture.