02 September 2014
A new look has been unveiled at historic pub the Railway Telegraph in Forest Hill.
The Shepherd Neame pub in Stanstead Road opened in 1853, and is named after the railway telegraph system installed by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway along its line from London Bridge through Forest Hill in the same year.
26 August 2014
The Woolpack Inn in Chilham, near Canterbury is a traditional inn dating back over 600 years, with many surviving period features tucked away inside this imposing building. Situated just a short drive or bus ride from Canterbury, The Woolpack offers the perfect stopover for those wishing to enjoy both the quiet of a Kentish country village, and the bustle of the city centre.
19 August 2014
A lively evening and lunchtime spot, popular with thirsty Londoners, The George in Soho is self-proclaimed as ‘Soho’s new local’. This traditional street corner pub, housed in a characterful late-Victorian building, is a buzzing city pub which offers a convenient watering hole in this busy part of the capital.
05 August 2014
The Old City Bar in Canterbury held a launch party to celebrate its new look on Monday, August 4.
Licensee Charles Smythe has undertaken a major £120,000 revamp of the city centre pub, with support from brewery Shepherd Neame.During the 10 week project, the old conservatory was demolished and an extension built at the back of the building, with folding French doors leading into the garden.
22 July 2014
The Plough & Harrow is a family run country pub in the old Kent mining village of Tilmanstone, near Deal. Set in beautiful Kent countryside, the pub has a large bar area, as well as an air conditioned restaurant overlooking the extensive garden, making it the perfect stop off for a refreshing drink or bite to eat this summer.