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Britain's most admired pub company
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Britain's most admired pub company J D Wetherspoon is the most admired pub company in the UK. In addition, the company has been named as the second most admired company in the restaurants and pubs sector and the 63rd most admired company in the UK ac...
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Award-winning restoration
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Award-winning restoration The Beccles Society has honoured the outlet with a top accolade. Society chairman John Sayer is pictured presenting the Dr Nicholson Award to manager Lee Utting. Society members David Lindley and Andrea Downes are also pictu...
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Getting the work-life balance right
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Getting the work-life balance right As any working mum will know, getting the right balance between career and family is a tough juggling act.   Pub manager Jenny Farr, who runs The Crown Rivers, at Heathrow airport’s terminal five, togeth...
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Duo shows staying power
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Duo shows staying power Two members of staff at The Jolly Tars have clocked up 20 years’ Wetherspoon service between them. Shift manager Joanne Wright (right) has 12 years under her belt, while kitchen manager Amy Dobson joined the companyeigh...
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Committed to an active pubwatch scheme
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Committed to an active pubwatch scheme Will and his team help to reinvigorate a localscheme, working in partnership with the authoritiesand other pubs for the benefit of the community The Hippodrome, in Market Drayton is one of eight premises to sign...
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Donation helps light up community
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Donation helps light up community The Free Man, in Carlton, near Nottingham, donated £500 to helpwith the improvement of the local Christmas tree lights. Pub manager Jenna Knight hosted the switch-on celebrations, with the Mayor ofGedling Boro...
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Community brings festive cheer
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Community brings festive cheer A charity raffle at The Joseph Bramah, in Barnsley, raised £250 for a community event. Regular customer Jim Makinson is pictured with his prize, a gingerbread house made by kitchen manager June McMurdo, which he...
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Support for community safety scheme
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Support for community safety scheme The Muggleton Inn, in Maidstone, is showing its support for the community project ‘Urban Blue’, with a part sponsorship of the scheme. The Kent town’s Urban Blue bus provides a night-time service...
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Community cheer
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Community cheer Ugly sisters Fannie (Lee Redwood) and Annie (Chris Carr) made a special visit to The William Henry. The pair took time out from performing in Cinderella at the Pavilion, to thank duty manager Simon Martin (centre) and staff at the We...
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Highlighting high street’s community value
Article date: 05 Mar 2014
Highlighting high street’s community value Neil relishes his hands-on role in initiative to regenerate town’s high street Following a review into town centres, by Mary Portas, the pilot scheme headed by the retail guru, called ‘Portas Pil...

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