Pubs

Pub of the Week: King William IV

05 December 2012

The King William IV, located in the heart of the Wealden village of Benenden, is an unspoilt local that dates back to the 16th century. Close to the attractive village green, cricket pitch and church, this pub is also near to Sissinghurst Castle. You’ll be greeted by a warm welcome from licensees, Paul and Jackie at the King William.

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Long-Serving Licensee of Kingsdown Pub Set to Retire

28 November 2012

After a remarkable 35 years as licensee of beachside pub The Zetland Arms, Kingsdown near Deal, Tim Cobbett, 72, is retiring for a well-earned rest.  His last day at the pub will be Saturday 1 December. Says Tim, “The Zetland Arms enjoys a wonderful position with Kingsdown and Walmer beaches on its doorstep.  I have thoroughly enjoyed my time there and will miss it a great deal but it’s time to ca

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Crayford community pub welcomes you with open arms

21 November 2012

**The official opening of the Crayford Arms is tonight Wednesday 21st November at 8pm.**

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Pub of the week: The Regency Tavern

07 November 2012

The Regency Tavern is a Brighton institution and is celebrated for its opulent decoration and warm welcome. So much so in fact that last year it featured in Vogue magazine’s Secret Address Book. Harking back to the splendour and glamour of Regency Brighton, the pub is decorated with fine furnishings, cherubs, paintings and ornate mirrors.

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Anchors Away for New Managers Serving Coffee and Cake at Faversham Pub

30 October 2012

After a £70,000 matched investment refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame and new licensee Andy Martin, The Anchor in Abbey Street is now set to offer an additional service to the Faversham community. Under the management of husband and wife team Grant and Natalie Ravenscroft, a South-African and French couple with eighteen years’ experience in the hospitality industry, the pub’s new general stor

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