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  • Pubs hold the key for growth

    22 November 2012

    Shepherd Neame chief executive, Jonathan Neame, has called for the Chancellor, George Osbourne, to support investment and growth in the pub market. In a letter to the editor, published in today’s Daily Telegraph, he calls for “escalator” taxes to be reviewed annually. There is also support from The Sun newspaper read more here

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  • Pub of the Week: The Golden Lion

    22 November 2012

    Tucked away at the back of the quiet, rural village of Broadoak outside Canterbury, the Golden Lion is a charming pub that offers delicious food, a large garden and a warm welcome. It is also an ideal stop for walkers in need of a little rest and relaxation after a venture into nearby Blean Woods. A selection of fine and freshly prepared home made meals can be found at the Golden Lion.

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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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  • Celebrity Chef Learns About Beer's Secret History for BBC Show

    04 November 2012

    Renowned chef Angela Hartnett MBE has visited Shepherd Neame’s Faversham brewery to find out about women’s role in brewing for part of a BBC TV series. The second series of BBC Two’s Great British Food Revival will see chefs continue their quest across the UK investigating forgotten food traditions.

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