Pubs

Anchors Away for New Managers Serving Coffee and Cake at Faversham Pub

30 October 2012

After a £70,000 matched investment refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame and new licensee Andy Martin, The Anchor in Abbey Street is now set to offer an additional service to the Faversham community. Under the management of husband and wife team Grant and Natalie Ravenscroft, a South-African and French couple with eighteen years’ experience in the hospitality industry, the pub’s new general stor

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Welcome to the Wrotham…

17 October 2012

The Wrotham Arms is the premier live music venue in Broadstairs.

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Hastings Pub Ready to Rock After £40,000 Refurbishment

17 October 2012

Hastings pub, The Fountain Hotel, has a new-look and a new licensee, music man Guy Gillam, who has exciting plans to bring a host of music events to the town. Guy has joined forces with brewers Shepherd Neame to invest £40,000 refurbishing the pub, in preparation for its new role as a major music venue in Hastings.

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Cabaret Night at the Regency Matches Live Music to Great Wine

15 October 2012

Would you serve a robust Rioja with the Rolling Stones or a mellow Merlot with Manilow? Customers at the Regency Tavern in Brighton will find that pairing wine to food is a simple task compared to the complexity of matching wines with classic rock and pop songs.

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Shorncliffe Community Pub Benefits from £120,000 Investent

13 October 2012

Community pub The Nailbox, Shorncliffe, Folkestone has re-opened after a four-week, £120,000 transformation by brewers Shepherd Neame. 

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