Official Launch for New Look City Centre Pub

11 November 2015

The Monument in Canterbury celebrated its new look with a launch party on Tuesday, November 10. The historic pub in St Dunstan’s Street, which dates back to the 19th century, is owned by Shepherd Neame, which spent more than £100,000 on the refurbishment project.Work included fully redecorating the bar areas and restaurant, which now has a contemporary look with new flooring, furniture and décor.

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Pub of the Week: The Chequers, Doddington

10 November 2015

The Chequers Inn is an historic pub that has been an integral part of Doddington village life for centuries. It is rich in history, retaining many period features such as oak timbers, mullion windows and a cosy inglenook fireplace.

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Elegant New Look for the Swan Inn

05 November 2015

Historic 19th century pub The Swan in Maidstone has reopened following an extensive £80,000 refurbishment.

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Work Begins on Major Refurbishment of Herne Bay Pub

02 November 2015

Work has begun on a £210,000 transformation of The Four Fathoms in Herne Bay by brewery Shepherd Neame. The historic town centre pub, which dates back to the mid-1800s, closed to the public at the start of October, and will reopen before the end of November.

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Fresh New Start for Country Pub

28 October 2015

Experienced chef and hotelier, Nick Steinmetz has taken on the White Lion in the picturesque village of Selling, near Faversham. The pub has now officially reopened following a month-long joint refurbishment project.

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