• Pub of the Week: The Caxton Arms, Brighton

    04 October 2016

    The Caxton Arms is a traditional pub in the heart of Brighton city centre, just a short stroll from the railway station.The pub dates from 1928, and was originally built to serve as an ale house for a nearby dairy.

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  • Award-Winning Pub Invests £150,000 On New Rooms

    29 September 2016

    Award-winning pub The Kings Head in Wye has completed a £150,000 project to create four new en-suite rooms for guests. Licensees Mark Lightford and Scott Richardson have run the  pub since 2012, and jointly funded the project with the brewery. The addition of the new rooms on the first floor takes the total available to seven en-suite doubles.

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  • Pub of the Week:The Poyntz Arms, East Molesey

    28 September 2016

    The Poyntz Arms is a vibrant, popular pub in the centre of East Molesey, just around the corner from Hampton Court Palace. In September 2015, the pub benefitted from a refurbishment that transformed the pub, giving it a fresh new look with a refurbished bar, new glass lobby, and new flooring, furniture, and feature lighting throughout.

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  • Country Pub Launches One Mile Lunch

    27 September 2016

    A country pub is taking local sourcing and food mile reduction to the next level. The Dove Inn is located in the picturesque hamlet of Dargate near Faversham, and has been run by licensee Chris Johnson and his partner Dee Jacyno for nearly four years.They have already made their mark with an á la carte menu which has received rave reviews from the likes of MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace, and accol

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  • £80,000 Refurbishment For Traditional Village Pub

    23 September 2016

    An £80,000 refurbishment has been completed at the Gate Inn in the picturesque village of Boyden Gate near Canterbury. Work started on the Shepherd Neame pub at the beginning of June, funded jointly by the brewery and licensee Glenn Hollingworth, who has been at the pub for four years.

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