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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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  • Bishops raise huge scrums for charity

    15 November 2010

    A team of rugby playing “bishops” has raised thousands of pounds for charity.Essex Bishops XV, the official veterans team for Essex County RFU, play most Sundays in a bid to raise cash for a range of local and national charities.

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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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  • Mull it over with Shepherd Neame this Christmas

    08 November 2010

    Enjoy mulled beer on a yuletide brewery tour, tuck into a four-course festive feast or host a private party in Shepherd Neame’s 15th century function room.

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  • Two different beers

    01 November 2010

    Last week saw the start of the latest JD Wetherspoon real ale and real cider festival, we produced two beers specially for them. The first is called "Cinque Ale" named after the 5 ports on the south east coast charged with protecting us from the enemy during the war.

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