05 October 2011
Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 52 weeks ended 25 June 2011.
Financial performance: Turnover up 5.2% to £121.3m (2010: £115.4m)
Operating profit before exceptionals up 3.3% to £12.3m (2010: £11.9m)
Profit Before Tax and exceptionals up 9.7% to £8.0m (2010: £7.3m)
Earnings per share before exceptionals up 17.0% to 46.2p (2010: 39.5p)
04 October 2011
Shepherd Neame has acquired The Bell Hotel, Sandwich, for £3.6 million.
The renowned 37-bedroom hotel, in heart of the Cinque Port town, is a further addition to Shepherd Neame’s growing accommodation estate, now totalling seven hotels and 450 rooms across the South East.
29 September 2011
A popular London pub has received an extensive makeover, courtesy of Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer.The Rugby Tavern has benefited from a £120,000 external and internal refurbishment, reinforcing the traditional appeal of this lively Clerkenwell pub.
22 September 2011
A Shepherd Neame pub is putting itself literally at the heart of the community by taking delivery of a potentially life-saving piece of equipment.The Highwayman in Horsmonden, near Tonbridge, now has a defibrillator, a machine to treat emergency heart conditions such as cardiac arrest, courtesy of South East Coast Ambulance Service (SEACamb).
15 September 2011
Oranjeboom has produced a special edition lager ‘Three Brothers’ in aid of The Dannyboy Trust, a charity dedicated to helping young people.