Pubs

Historic Faversham Pub Goes Back to its Roots

29 May 2015

An historic Faversham pub has reopened with new faces behind the bar and a ‘new’ name – its original Edwardian moniker of The Limes. The pub was called The Limes when it was built in the 1900s.

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Tasty Honour for Shepherd Neame Licensee

28 May 2015

Shepherd Neame licensee Gareth Finney triumphed at this year’s British Barbecue Battle. Gareth, who runs five pubs with business partner Dan Sidders, won the Pubs and Bars category in the competition, held at Mentmore Golf & Country Club in Bedfordshire, and was also named overall champion.

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Pub of the Week: The Gate Inn, Marshside

19 May 2015

The Gate Inn at Marshside, Chislet, could be described as one of Kent’s best kept secrets. This charming 220 year old building sits alongside a stream, serving excellent cask ales, and hearty home cooked food.

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Pub of the Week: The Rugby Tavern, Holborn

12 May 2015

The Rugby Tavern is a traditional English pub just a short walk from the British Museum, and the heart of the theatre district.

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Shepherd Neame Pub Hosts First Rye Ukulele Festival

11 May 2015

The first Rye Ukulele Festival is taking place at the town’s Cinque Ports pub on Sunday, May 24. It has been organised by the Rye Ukulele Experiment, a group of ukulele enthusiasts based in the town, and more than a dozen other bands from Kent and Sussex have already signed up to join them in performing at the event.

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