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A brand apart: Wetherspoon flying high on the high stree...
Article date: 30 Mar 2015
A brand apart: Wetherspoon flying high on the high street Wetherspoon has been named as the ‘power brand’ across the eating- and drinking-out sector. It was named ‘power brand’ (for the leading brands, the sector ranked by usa...
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Mark and gang dig up gold at The King’s Highway
Article date: 30 Mar 2015
Mark and gang dig up gold at The King’s Highway Pub manager Mark Phinn (pictured) and his team at The King’s Highway are once again celebrating success at the Best Bar None Awards 2014. The pub and hotel, in Inverness, have retained their cov...
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Arms hands grasp chance to put the win in Wyndham
Article date: 30 Mar 2015
Arms hands grasp chance to put the win in Wyndham The pub and hotel in Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, was voted as winner in the ‘evening economy’ category at the annual awards ceremony, open to bar, pub, club and entertainment venues. Organise...
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Courthouse judged to be best in northern Ireland
Article date: 30 Mar 2015
Courthouse judged to be best in northern Ireland The Old Courthouse, in Coleraine, has been named as Northern Ireland Pub of the Year by members of the Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood. The society, founded in 1963, aims to increas...
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WYNDHAM ARMS EMBRACED BY CAMRA
Article date: 03 Oct 2014
WYNDHAM ARMS EMBRACED BY CAMRA The pub in Bridgend was judged,by the members of the Vale of Glamorgan and Bridgend CAMRA branch, as ‘highly commended’ in its ‘pub of the year’ 2014 awards.  Nigel Lewis, branch chairman, s...
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THE DOG BECK
Article date: 01 Oct 2014
THE DOG BECK The name refers to a stream, Dog Beck, which ran into an underground channel in front of the building. The pub specialises in real ales, serving a wide range of beers, including those from local and regional breweries. It has two beer g...
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Northern Ireland gain top ratings
Article date: 18 Jun 2014
Northern Ireland gain top ratings The pubs have each been awarded a five star rating by their local council’s inspectors. They are: The Spinning Mill in Ballymena, The Bridge House in Belfast, The Central Bar in Carrickfergus, The Tuesday Bell...
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PROCLAIM US: SCOTTISH PUBS ARE BEST BAR NONE
Article date: 04 Jun 2014
PROCLAIM US: SCOTTISH PUBS ARE BEST BAR NONE Three Wetherspoon pubs in Scotland are celebrating recognition in the Best Bar None 2013 awards. In Livingston, pub manager Gordon Mitchell, who runs The NewYearField, is pictured with his pub’s silv...
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TEAM'S METTLE EARNS PRECIOUS PRIZE
Article date: 04 Jun 2014
TEAM'S METTLE EARNS PRECIOUS PRIZE Two Wetherspoon pubs in Renfrewshire have been recognised in the annual Best Bar None awards for the region. The Lord of the Isles, in Braehead, was one of only four venues to achieve a highly coveted gold award, in...
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THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO
Article date: 02 Jun 2014
THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO Pub managers Alan Fowler (left), from Carron Works, in Falkirk, and Scott Love,outside his pub The Earl of Zetland, in Grangemouth, proudly show off their gold awards. Both pubs were recognised at the Falkirk area’s Best Bar...

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