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Welcome to the Beach Bar 2018

Open Every Day from Friday 13th July to Sunday 2nd September 2018

First orders 10am

Last Orders 11pm (11.30pm Friday and Saturday)

More Sun! More Sand! More Entertainment! More Drinks!

We will have an exciting new drinks and cocktail menu to brighten up your Summer. We will be serving a full range of drinks including pitchers of beer, cider and Pimms and quirky cocktails (e.g. Pina colada in a pineapple!)
There will be regular free entertainment and film nights within the bar and beach area – visit our facebook page for a what's on schedule and regular updates and timings
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Bring your friends ... Have fun and enjoy the free entertainment!
Follow us on Twitter: @BeachBarNottm

Follow us on Facebook: Nottinghambeach

Follow us on Instagram: Nottmbeachbar

Join the beach bar gang on Facebook
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For more information visit: www.drinkaware.co.uk/facts/drink-driving
Underage drinking
What age do I have to be to drink…? In a pub If you’re under 14 you can go into a pub that has a children’s certificate, but must be with an adult and stay in the garden or family room.  You can’t drink alcohol. If you’re under 16 you can go into a pub accompanied by an adult but cannot drink or buy alcohol. If you’re 16 or 17 and accompanied by an adult you can you drink (not buy) beer, wine and cider with a table meal. (A table meal is defined as a meal not a snack). Otherwise it’s illegal for someone under 18 to drink alcohol in licensed premises. At home It’s illegal for children under five to drink alcohol at home or on private premises. If you’re between five and 18 you can legally drink alcohol at home, at a friend’s house or other private premises. For further information visit our Parents: law & guidance page