Pubs

Grove Ferry has £100,000 refurbishment

12 April 2011

A charming riverside pub will be making even more of its delightful setting this Easter thanks to a £100,000 refurbishment and the introduction of a tourist information centre. The Grove Ferry Inn is in a prime spot, just outside Canterbury, in the Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, on the banks of the Great River Stour.

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New spring menu offers taste and choice

04 April 2011

A new menu is helping to herald in the spring at selected Shepherd Neame pubs.Head development chef Simon Howlett (pictured) has produced a combination of new dishes and enhanced favourites that make the most of the kinder weather and diners’ wishes.

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Families and fans enjoy fresh feel of Croydon pub

01 April 2011

A family-friendly Croydon pub has new licensees and a smart new look, following a refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame. The Two Brewers, in Gloucester Road, a cosy town pub converted from two Victorian cottages, has been redecorated inside and out with freshly-covered seating and a newly-varnished floor.

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Tenterden pub goes from strength to strength

30 March 2011

An historic Shepherd Neame pub is attracting an array of new fans following its refurbishment by introducing accommodation and home-cooked food. The William Caxton, at the end of Tenterden High Street, has received a new lease of life since licensee Debbie Fleet (pictured) took over in December last year.

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Tony's town centre pub is the real deal

24 March 2011

A popular lunchtime haunt has a smart, new look thanks to a refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame and licensee Tony Blackburn. One of East Grinstead’s oldest pubs, the Sussex Arms, in West Street, has been redecorated inside and out and now boasts two comfortable seating areas, one furnished for casual dining plus a second “chill-out” area with settees, leather chairs and coffee tables.

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