Pubs

Faversham's oldest pub receives a major refurbishment

13 January 2012

Shepherd Neame has enhanced Faversham’s oldest pub with a £60,000 refurbishment.The Kent brewer has retained The Bear Inn’s historic charm – such as its traditional three-bar system of a saloon bar, public bar and snug – while boosting its modern comforts.

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Full steam ahead for refurbished Victorian pub

13 December 2011

The Fountain in Sittingbourne has received a whole new look to reflect its railway past following a £60,000 refurbishment by Shepherd Neame.The Victorian pub’s makeover highlights its prominent position next to the town’s railway station.

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The Cricketers pass fund raising boundary

06 December 2011

Two hospices have been bowled over by a Shepherd Neame pub which helped raise more than £38,000 for them with its annual Pedal4Charity event.Cycling, quizzing and dancing are just three of the events which saw The Cricketersin Horsell, Surrey, top last year’s tally by an impressive £5,000 for the Woking and Sam Beare Hospices.

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Bricklayers Arms builds a winning case

15 November 2011

The Bricklayers Arms has won the Bromley Best Bar None Award for Responsible Retailing (small venue) 2011, thanks to its exceptionally high standards of innkeeping.The scheme, run in conjunction with Bromley Council and the police, aims to promote the borough as a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and socialise.

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Impressive conversion at the Rugby Tavern

29 September 2011

A popular London pub has received an extensive makeover, courtesy of Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer.The Rugby Tavern has benefited from a £120,000 external and internal refurbishment, reinforcing the traditional appeal of this lively Clerkenwell pub.

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