10 June 2014
Two charity walkers from Kent have completed a gruelling 80 mile trek from Camber Sands with a well-earned pint at the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham.Dr Luke Dawes, 43, and childhood friend Rob Sisley, 44, met as choristers at St Paul’s church in Maidstone aged 11.
01 May 2014
A rugby tournament organised to raise money in memory of a young soldier is being sponsored by Shepherd Neame. Lieutenant Aaron Lewis was killed in action aged 26 while on his first deployment with the 29 Commando Unit to Afghanistan in 2008. Family and friends of the soldier, from Rochford in Essex, set up a charitable foundation in his name, which has already raised almost £200,000. It organises
16 November 2013
November 12th saw Shepherd Neame chief executive, Jonathan Neame, hand over the proceeds from Geoff Rambler’s (aka Geoff Ettridge) book Heroic Yomps to Combat Stress representative Michelle Campbell.
01 November 2012
Shepherd Neame has marked the start of Movember with a company-wide shave-off. As an official partner for the Movember charity, Britain’s oldest brewer hosted a collective shearing at the Faversham based brewery for all workers participating in the 2012 moustache-growing campaign. Proving that charity really does start at home, the brewer of official Movember partner Spitfire Ale is encouraging i
17 September 2012
Eleven-year-old George Taylor recently decided to walk from Gravesend to Canterbury in aid of the Royal British Legion and felt that it would be appropriate to dedicate it to the Honour of Ryan Fletcher, his Dad’s cousin who died while serving in the Royal Navy.
We were pleased to be able to help by providing accommodation for the night in Faversham as George took on his 40-mile task.