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    FRESH NEW START FOR HISTORIC COUNTRY PUB

    10th December 2019

    The Queens Head in Boughton has a new look – and new faces behind the bar.

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    SURREY PUB REOPENS AFTER £1.3 MILLION TRANSFORMATION

    3rd December 2019

    A £1.3 million transformation of The Woolpack in the Surrey village of Banstead has been completed by Shepherd Neame.

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    HISTORIC SOHO PUB UNDERGOES MAJOR RESTORATION

    19th November 2019

    One of Soho’s oldest pubs has undergone a major restoration – including reviving its original name the Coach and Horses.

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    Shepherd Neame announces the passing of President and former Chairman

    15th November 2019

    The company regrets to announce that Robert Harry Beale Neame, CBE DL DCL, President and former Chairman of Shepherd Neame, passed away earlier today Friday November 15th. He died peacefully at home in his sleep. He was aged 85.

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    FRESH NEW LOOK FOR SPITFIRE AND WHITSTABLE BAY CANS

    30th October 2019

    Cans of Shepherd Neame’s flagship Spitfire Amber Ale and Whitstable Bay Pale Ale have a fresh new look.

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    CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH BRITAIN’S OLDEST BREWER

    23rd October 2019

    Get into the festive spirit and pick up some unique gifts at Shepherd Neame’s first Christmas Fayre.

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    Planning Permission Granted for Historic Pub's Revamp

    15th October 2019

    Shepherd Neame has been granted planning permission by Dover District Council to undertake a major transformation of one of Dover’s oldest pubs.

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    KENYA COMES TO KENT AS MAASAI WARRIORS VISIT VILLAGE PUB

    15th October 2019

    It was certainly a Saturday with a difference for regulars The Walnut Tree in Aldington when a group of Maasai warriors dropped in.

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    TOP HONOURS FOR OUR PUBS

    11th October 2019

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    SHEPHERD NEAME ANNOUNCES NEW CHARITY PARTNER

    11th October 2019

    Faversham-based brewery Shepherd Neame has named Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) as its Charity of the Year for 2019/20. Based near the brewery at Aylesford near Maidstone, RBLI is a national charity supporting not only British Armed Forces veterans, but civilian men and women of all ages, specifically those with disabilities and the long-term unemployed. It aims to support its beneficiaries to find work and lead independent lives.

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    SHEPHERD NEAME ACQUIRES HISTORIC KENT PUB

    8th October 2019

    Shepherd Neame has acquired The Crown in Rochester, Kent.

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    Announcement of Full Year Results - June 2019

    25th September 2019

    Shepherd Neame, Britain's Oldest Brewer and owner and operator of 322 high quality pubs in Kent and the South East, today announces results for the 52 weeks ended 29 June 2019.

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