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    HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR NEW RIVERSIDE PUB MANAGER

    5th December 2018

    When he took on a part-time bar staff job with Shepherd Neame while at university, Mike Crocker didn’t realise he would end up overseeing one of the company’s flagship sites.

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    LOCAL COUPLE TAKE OVER VILLAGE PUB AFTER £200,000 TRANSFORMATION

    5th December 2018

    New faces are behind the bar at historic pub The White Horse in Hawkinge, which officially reopened this week following a £200,000 transformation.

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    Pub of the Week: The Clothworkers Arms, Sutton Valence

    30th November 2018

    Pub of the Week is The Clothworkers Arms, in the pretty Kent village of Sutton Valence. With a warm welcome, and panoramic views of the stunning Weald of Kent, it’s a great place to unwind with a pint by the fire.

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    FESTIVE OLD AND NEW SALE RAISES £1,000 FOR CHARITY

    28th November 2018

    Shepherd Neame’s first Festive Old and New Sale raised more than £1,000 for charity. More than 200 people attended the event, which took place at the Old Brewery Store in Faversham on Sunday November 25th.

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    NEW FINANCING STRUCTURE

    31st October 2018

    Private placement issued and facilities extended to take advantage of long term growth prospects. Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer and owner and operator of 321 pubs in Kent and the south east, today announces a new and extended financing structure to support the business for the long term and to take advantage of any opportunities that may arise over the next few years.

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    ACCOMMODATION NOW ON THE MENU AT BRITAIN’S BEST GASTROPUB

    25th October 2018

    It has won numerous accolades for its food during the past decade, and now The Sportsman in Seasalter is hoping to win acclaim for its hospitality.

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    COUNTRY PUB UNVEILS NEW LOOK AND EXCITING NEW MENU

    23rd October 2018

    A popular country pub has been revitalised with a new look and an exciting new menu. The Dove, owned by Shepherd Neame, is based in the picturesque hamlet of Dargate near Faversham.

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    ALE CONNER TOASTS HISTORIC DEAL

    22nd October 2018

    An ancient and somewhat unusual ceremony has sealed a partnership between Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, and The City of London Corporation, the oldest elected local authority in the world.

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    Announcement of Full Year Results - June 2018

    26th September 2018

    Shepherd Neame, Britain's Oldest Brewer and owner and operator of 321 high quality pubs in Kent and the South East, today announces results for the 53 weeks ended 30 June 2018.

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    ANOTHER THREE PREMIUM LONDON SITES FOR SHEPHERD NEAME

    24th September 2018

    Shepherd Neame has acquired three more pubs in the heart of London: the Samuel Pepys, the Savoy Tap and the Cheshire Cheese.

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    SHEPHERD NEAME BUYS STYLISH FARNHAM DINING PUB

    18th September 2018

    Popular pub and dining venue the Wheatsheaf, Farnham has been bought by independent brewer and pub operator Shepherd Neame.

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    CELEBRATE THE FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL WITH SHEPHERD NEAME

    29th August 2018

    The 29th Faversham Hop Festival takes place this Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2. Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame, based in the market town, is once again the official partner for the free two-day event, which commemorates the golden days of hop picking in Kent.

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