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  • Prince of Wales is fit for a King

    11 February 2011

    A popular South London pub has received a makeover, courtesy of Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame.The Prince of Wales in Cleaver Square, Kennington now boasts a completely redecorated interior consisting of a redesigned bar, new furniture, carpeting and wallpaper.

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  • Shepherd Neame on publican awards list

    11 February 2011

    A popular Shepherd Neame licensee and an innovative river-front pub have made a prestigious industry awards shortlist. Chris Maclean of the Railway Hotel in Faversham has been nominated in the Publican of the Year category, while the Grove Ferry Inn at Upstreet, near Canterbury features in the Tenanted Pub of the Year category of The Publican Awards 2011.

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  • Birchington hotel receives new look

    09 February 2011

    A popular family-run pub and hotel in Birchington now boasts a refreshing new look, thanks to Shepherd Neame. The Seaview Hotel’s reputation as a traditional and family-friendly venue has been enhanced thanks to new decoration and carpeting throughout.

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  • Beer matching offers food for thought

    09 February 2011

    Diners can sample some wonderfully complementary tastes thanks to fine food and beer matching evenings to be held at Shepherd Neame pubs throughout 2011. The evenings offer a range of appetizing courses matched to Shepherd Neame beers, while senior brewer Stewart Main provides expert commentary between courses.

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  • Shepherd Neame celebrates long service

    07 February 2011

    Shepherd Neame employees Glynis Newman and Laurence Halls have received Long Service Awards to mark 20 years working at the brewery. Glynis and Laurence were presented with watches by Shepherd Neame chairman Miles Templeman. Glynis joined the company in November 1990, working in the accounts department and now holds the position of Purchase Ledger Clerk.

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