Look who came to ‘vet’ us
It was brilliant to see Michelle Hardwick or as Emmerdale fans will know her, Vanessa Woodfield, when she called in to see us. Fortunately the pub’s cat, aptly named Wooly, was fit and well so we didn’t need to call on her services. Michelle really is fantastic and spent lots of time with customers and really made their day!
The Woolpack features on Emmerdale 1918
Your chance to watch the episode when Charlotte Bellamy aka Laurel heads to Esholt - the village that inspired Emmerdale - to uncover a story of love and loss that played out at the real Woolpack pub during the Great War.Click on this link to take a look
Rishi’s always a favourite when he pops into the Wooly
It's always great to see Gaynor Faye, who plays Megan in Emmerdale, when she pops in to see us from time to time. She is such a lovely person and all the customers really enjoy meeting her as she has time for everyone.
Unbelievable Jeff - it's Kammy
Having had a fairly quiet July meet due to it clashing with England's semi-final game in the World Cup, August was back to its best with 60 cars filling the car park to make it another great night with lots of spectators and an extremely popular BBQ.
The last one of the year - where has the time gone - is on Wednesday 12 September. It's free entry too.
Paddy (aka Dominic Brunt) calls in for a pint at the Wooly
It is always great to see the Emmerdale stars when they pop into the famous Woolpack in Esholt. So we were delighted when Paddy called in much to the surprise of the customers.He is a really nice guy as he spent ages chatting with those who were in at the time and he had no hesitation in having a pic behind the bar with James.
June Classic Car Rally
What a fantastic evening we had on 13 June when more than 90 cars came along for our monthly classic car rally. There was a great selection of cars from vintage through to some extremely powerful cars and a good crowd came along to take a look.
May Day Morris dancers
What could sum up a traditional May Day celebration in a lovely village than a display by Morris dancers? We were delighted therefore when the Wayzgoose troop entertained us on a glorious day. As well as dancing I think they were the start of the fantastic Summer weather.