Charity

Pub Karaoke Contest Raises Over £7,000 for Children's Charity

16 December 2014

A month-long karaoke competition at The Telegraph pub in Deal raised over £7,000 for the Make A Wish Foundation. Dawn James, licensee at the Shepherd Neame pub in Hamilton Road, launched the event in November. A total of 15 customers entered the first round, which was judged by Dawn, along with local music enthusiasts and Telegraph regulars Alan Herbert and Bruce Adams.

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Animal Rescue Charity Benefits from Pub Fundraising Weekend

13 November 2014

A fundraising weekend at the Kings Head in Wye raised £200 for The Retreat Animal Rescue charity. The three-day event was organised by licensees Mark Lightford and Scott Richardson to celebrate their first anniversary at the Shepherd Neame-owned pub.

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Movember Opens Its Arms

30 October 2014

The first Movember-themed pub has opened in the heart of the City – The Movember Arms. Normally The Old Doctor Butler’s Head in London’s Moorgate, the pub opened its doors this morning (Friday, October 30).

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Charity walkers enjoy well-deserved pint

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.

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Brewery Backs Fundraiser in Memory of Young Soldier

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

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