Pubs

Pub Fun Day To Raise Money For Local Football Team

15 August 2016

The Rose Inn in Kennington, Ashford, is holding a family fun day on Saturday, August 27, to raise funds for its local football team, Kennington FC. The team, which has more than 100 players, regularly meets at the popular community pub, which dates back to the late 1800s. Licensees Sara Williams and Dave Jones have been sponsoring the team since they took on the pub two years ago, and decided to o

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Pub of the Week: The Adelaide, Teddington

09 August 2016

The Adelaide is a bustling, traditional pub in Teddington, popular with sports fans looking for somewhere to watch the match, and those looking for a tasty pub lunch, or post-work pint.

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Pub of the Week: The Wharf, Dartford

02 August 2016

The Wharf is a family-friendly pub in the Crossways area of Dartford. It is a busy pub not far from Bluewater shopping centre, and is popular with locals and visitors to the area alike. For warmer days there is a lakeside terrace, with views directly over Cotton Lake, where you can watch the swans and other wildlife come and go.

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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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