City Centre Pub Reopens After Major Makeover

13 October 2015

The Monument in Canterbury has reopened with a stylish new look and new faces behind the bar.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 Donates £5,000 to Trio of Charities

11 October 2015

The Britannia Inn in Hythe donated a total of £5,000 to three charities at a presentation evening on Thursday, October 8th. Licensees Nigel and Sarah Cooper, who run the Shepherd Neame pub with their 18-year-old daughter Zoe and son Sam, 22, raised the money at the Britannia Fun Day in August.

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Pub of the Week: 'Meet the Landlord' of The Crown & Anchor, Faversham

06 October 2015

For Pub of the Week this week, we meet up with veteran landlord Les Koncsik at the Crown & Anchor, Faversham and find out what made him join the pub trade.

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Green-Fingered Pub Licensee Wins Top Honour

05 October 2015

The New Inn in Murston was named best public house in this year’s Sittingbourne in Bloom competition.

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Official Launch for New Look Sheerness Hotel

01 October 2015

The Royal Hotel in Sheerness was officially reopened following a £110,000 refurbishment on Wednesday, September 30.The historic hotel, which dates back to the 19th century, is owned by Shepherd Neame, which contributed more than £30,000 to the project.

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