• Hop Pickers Memories DVD


    This beautiful film, using previously unseen archive material and interviews, looks at hop picking from the 1930s up to the 1960s.

    It shows how tens of thousands of people travelled to the hop fields, lived and slept in hop huts, cooked meals over open fires and entertained themselves in the evenings. This is nostalgia and history in one, as Londoners make their annual trip to the Garden of England in trains and on fleets of lorries.

  • Keep Calm & Carry On mouse mat


    Striking red mouse mat sure to raise amusement. Would look great in the office or the home.

  • Asahi Bar Runner


  • RAF Hip Flask


  • Spitfire Beach Towel


    Measures 94cm x 186cm. Perfect for the beach!

  • Kentish Innsignia


    Pub names often become part of local folklore and if you have ever wondered how those names came about, then this book will provide some of the answers. Discover the origins of the names of more than 80 of Shepherd Neame's Kentish pubs such as the Bailiff's Sergeant, The Smack, The Nailbox and the Hook and Hatchet.

  • Spitfire Sound Effect Bottle Opener


    This special opener, in the characteristic Spitfire Premium Ale colours, makes the iconic sound of a Spitfire engine as the bottle is opened

  • Model Shepherd Neame Vintage Van


    A collectable, limited edition, die-cast model of a vintage Shepherd Neame delivery van.

  • The Shepherds & Shepherd Neame Brewery Book


    This book is more than a narrative history of the oldest brewery in England for it does two things. It presents a detailed account of how a family business was built up and dealt with the financial challenges and it presents a detailed account of the business of brewing in East Kent, in Georgian and mid Victorian times. 

  • Heroic Yomps - Pub walks in Kent


    Geoff Rambler's Heroic Yomps contains details of five circular walks – all but one can be completed in one day; do them all and you will have walked at least 114 miles.

  • Woven Silk Tie


    Woven silk tie featuring either the Spitfire or Bishops Finger logos.