Pubs

Five Bells win seal of approval

18 November 2010

A popular village pub has celebrated its £18,000 refurbishment from brewers Shepherd Neame with the launch of a lunchtime menu.Licensee John McGowan and his partner Roz Kane are marking the official launch of the new look at the Five Bells in Seal with a cheese and wine evening on December 2.

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Tudor Rose carves out a special offer

15 November 2010

Classic British dishes are making a triumphant return at a popular pub carvery after a visit from the chef spearheading the future of food at Shepherd Neame pubs. Simon Howlett is on a mission to show pub chefs just how flavoursome, affordable and versatile fresh, local produce can be – and his first port of call was the Tudor Rose pub carvery in Borden.

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Divers Arms makes a splash

11 November 2010

A Herne Bay pub has returned to its maritime roots thanks to a refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame.The Divers Arms boasts a new look – one that reflects its nautical heritage and proximity to the sea.

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Oz and Hugh raise the bar at The White Horse

28 October 2010

The new licensees at the White Horse in Boughton entertained two very discerning guests in only their second month at the pub – drinks critic Oz Clarke and Mock the Week comedian Hugh Dennis.

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Reggae star puts pub on the music map

28 October 2010

Reggae star Tippi Irie is to perform at the Railway Telegraph in Forest Hill at the end of the month in what is expected to be the first in a series of major music performances. Licensee Pamela Adamson is hoping October 30’s performance by the renowned reggae singer and DJ will trigger a series of gigs by a variety of stars.

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