Pubs

Two Top Tourism Honours for Shepherd Neame Pub

24 November 2014

The 600-year-old Kent pub, The Woolpack in Chilham, has won two honours in this year’s Beautiful South Tourism Awards.

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New Look at The New Inn

21 November 2014

The New Inn in Murston, near Sittingbourne, celebrated its new look with a launch party on Tuesday, November 18.Sam Drury and Keiron Parrish took on the Shepherd Neame pub in May this year, and teamed up with the brewery for a major refurbishment project totalling £130,000. Work started at the end of August, and during the past three months the entire pub has been repainted, new timber flooring in

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Pub of the Week: The Chimney Boy, Faversham

18 November 2014

The Chimney Boy is a spacious, characterful pub near the centre of town, just a short walk from Faversham Rail Station. The old building has plenty of character, including three inglenook fireplaces.

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Animal Rescue Charity Benefits from Pub Fundraising Weekend

13 November 2014

A fundraising weekend at the Kings Head in Wye raised £200 for The Retreat Animal Rescue charity. The three-day event was organised by licensees Mark Lightford and Scott Richardson to celebrate their first anniversary at the Shepherd Neame-owned pub.

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Pub of the Week: The Hoop and Grapes, Farringdon

11 November 2014

The Hoop and Grapes is an award-winning, traditional English pub nestled in the centre of London.  Dating from 1721, the pub was saved from demolition in the 1990s and is now a Grade 2 listed building, having once been the location for secret ‘Fleet’ weddings in the 18th Century.The pub is much larger inside than it appears, with a cosy, friendly atmosphere, busy with regulars and visitors alike.

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