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Five Bells win seal of approval

18 November 2010

A popular village pub has celebrated its £18,000 refurbishment from brewers Shepherd Neame with the launch of a lunchtime menu.Licensee John McGowan and his partner Roz Kane are marking the official launch of the new look at the Five Bells in Seal with a cheese and wine evening on December 2.

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Tudor Rose carves out a special offer

15 November 2010

Classic British dishes are making a triumphant return at a popular pub carvery after a visit from the chef spearheading the future of food at Shepherd Neame pubs. Simon Howlett is on a mission to show pub chefs just how flavoursome, affordable and versatile fresh, local produce can be – and his first port of call was the Tudor Rose pub carvery in Borden.

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Bishops raise huge scrums for charity

15 November 2010

A team of rugby playing “bishops” has raised thousands of pounds for charity.Essex Bishops XV, the official veterans team for Essex County RFU, play most Sundays in a bid to raise cash for a range of local and national charities.

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Divers Arms makes a splash

11 November 2010

A Herne Bay pub has returned to its maritime roots thanks to a refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame.The Divers Arms boasts a new look – one that reflects its nautical heritage and proximity to the sea.

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Mull it over with Shepherd Neame this Christmas

08 November 2010

Enjoy mulled beer on a yuletide brewery tour, tuck into a four-course festive feast or host a private party in Shepherd Neame’s 15th century function room.

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