Award-Winning Pub to Host Wine Tasting Event

17 August 2014

Shepherd Neame’s Wine Pub of the Year, The Shakespeare in Canterbury, is hosting a Wine Tasting evening on Thursday, September 11. The city centre pub, run by Gareth Finney and Dan Sidders, received the honour at the recent annual Shepherd Neame Pub Awards.

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Fresh Start for Historic Pub Gutted by Blaze

22 July 2014

A Farncombe pub gutted by fire earlier this year has been officially re-opened following a major reconstruction project.  The Three Lions had just enjoyed a makeover when new licensee Sarah Firth and husband Graham moved in on January 17.  Less than three weeks later, on February 4, a fire tore through the historic Shepherd Neame pub, causing extensive damage throughout.

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Tasty Honour for Shepherd Neame Pub

07 July 2014

The Sportsman in Seasalter has been named the UK’s No.2 gastropub in the National Restaurant Awards.  Now in their seventh year, the National Restaurant Awards, organised by Restaurant magazine, recognise the top 100 restaurants in the UK, as voted for by industry experts.

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Enjoy a Folk Filled Bank Holiday Weekend

02 May 2014

This weekend marks the beginning of two weeks of Folk music in Rochester and Hastings. Hastings Jack-in-the-Green event takes place every early May Bank Holiday and this year runs from the 2nd – 5th. The following weekend the town plays host to the Hastings Folk Festival, running from May 6th – 10th.

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New Look Village Pub Unveiled to Locals

17 April 2014

Dozens of guests flocked to the official launch party for the new look Rose and Crown in Wrotham. Licensees Zoe Clubb and Drew King invited their regular customers, along with local dignitaries and residents to see the results of the pub’s £75,000 facelift. The charming Shepherd Neame pub, situated in the heart of the village, underwent three weeks of refurbishment work, which included repainting

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