Pubs

Seaside Pub has a New Look and a Tasty New Menu

01 August 2016

A month-long £50,000 makeover has been completed at seaside pub The Saracens Head in Deal. Dating back to the early 19th century, the historic Shepherd Neame pub is only a short stroll from the seafront, and has a covered courtyard garden to enjoy during the summer months, along with a log burner inside the pub, creating a cosy atmosphere when the weather is chilly.

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National Recognition For Trio Of Shepherd Neame Pubs

27 July 2016

Three Shepherd Neame pubs have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Great British Pub Awards. They were chosen from hundreds of pubs from across the UK that entered the prestigious national competition, which has been running for more than a decade. The Compasses in Crundale near Canterbury is one of six shortlisted for Best Food Pub.

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Pub of the Week: The Ostrich Inn, Colnbrook

26 July 2016

The Ostrich is an historic coaching inn in the village of Colnbrook, near Heathrow. Dating back to the 12th century, it retains many period features, such as old oak beams, fireplaces, and a cobbled courtyard. With traditional pub food and a relaxed ambience, it's the perfect stop off when travelling, or to enjoy lunch with the family.

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Pub of the Week: The Green Man, Herongate

19 July 2016

The Green  Man is housed in a 17th Century listed building in Herongate, a village not far from Brentwood, Essex.  Originally a greengrocers, it became a pub in 1840, serving estate workers from the nearby Thorndon Hall.Inside, the pub has retained many of its original features, including oak beamed ceilings and original fireplaces, giving it a cosy, traditional feel.The pub is popular for its att

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Licensee's Bid To Help Daughters Fulfill Sporting Dreams

16 July 2016

Licensees Paul and Tara Birks of the White Horse Inn, Boughton, have launched an appeal to help their daughters fulfil their sporting dreams.

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