• Geoff Rambler donates proceeds from his book to Combat Stress

    16 November 2013

    November 12th saw Shepherd Neame chief executive, Jonathan Neame, hand over the proceeds from Geoff  Rambler’s (aka Geoff Ettridge) book Heroic Yomps to Combat Stress representative Michelle Campbell. 

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  • Full Steam Ahead for Refurbished Reigate Pub

    12 November 2013

    Reigate pub the Prince of Wales, Holmesdale Road has reopened after a £120,000 refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame, which has been inspired by the pub’s railway history. Named after a steam train and situated adjacent to Reigate station, the pub dates back to the 1850s and was formerly a railway building owned by British Rail. 

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  • Brewery Visitor Centre Shortlisted for Award

    07 November 2013

    Shepherd Neame’s award-winning Visitor Centre has been shortlisted for the Beautiful South Excellence Awards 2013-2014. The awards celebrate the best in tourism across the South East, with Britain’s oldest brewer being one of four finalists in the Small Attraction category. The visitor centre has much to offer; with two-hour daytime guided tours running most days.   Visitors are taken through the

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  • Pub of the Week: The Queens Head

    05 November 2013

    Boughton-under-Blean, near Faversham is home to our spectacular pub of the week, The Queens Head.

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  • Environment Secretary Unveils Water Recovery Plant

    04 November 2013

    Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has officially opened a water recovery plant at the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham, Kent. The new development cost in excess of £3million. The facility recycles the waste water that results from brewing and cleaning, which was previously sent to the drain.

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