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  • Mum Fulfills Lifelong Dream by Taking on Local Pub

    20 January 2016

    A Maidstone mum has fulfilled a lifelong dream by becoming licensee of her local pub, The Dragoon. Clare Parslow, who grew up in the town, has worked in pubs for more than 20 years, after starting out behind the bar at The Dragoon.

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  • Pub of the Week: The Red Lion, Chelwood Gate

    19 January 2016

    The Red Lion at Chelwood Gate, near Haywards Heath is an attractive 19th Century pub situated close to the beautiful Ashdown Forest. The pub is popular with dog walkers, ramblers and families enjoying a day in the countryside, and is the ideal destination for a pub lunch after a bracing winter walk.To the exterior, the pub has a pretty country pub frontage, with ample parking.

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  • Shepherd Neame Gets Gold Award for Going Green

    16 January 2016

    Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre has been recognised for its eco-conscious efforts with a Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. It is the fifth year in a row that the Faversham-based brewery has been accredited by the not-for-profit organisation, which assesses members on their level of environmental sustainability.

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  • Five Minutes with... Damian Hadlow, Cask And Keg Plant Team Leader

    15 January 2016

    We catch up with Damian Hadlow to find out how he joined the brewery, the best bits of the job, and what a typical day looks like for the award-winning Keg Plant and Cask Yard Team Leader.

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  • Enjoy a Classic Winter Warmer

    13 January 2016

    Tuck yourself up in a cosy pub this winter and enjoy a warming pint of Shepherd Neame’s popular Amber Ale. First brewed in 2009, the golden brown seasonal ale immediately became one of the most popular beers available from Britain’s oldest brewer, based in Faversham, Kent.Perfect for winter, Amber Ale boasts a fruity aroma and a full, malty palate.

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