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King’s gold a shining example
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
King’s gold a shining example The King’s Highway, in Inverness, is celebrating gold in the Scottish town’s annual Best Bar None awards. Pub manager Mark Phinn, pictured with colleagues Andrea Taylor (left) and Carol Mackay, said: “I...
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Gold award is crowning glory for The Prince
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Gold award is crowning glory for The Prince Pub manager Dan Proctor proudly displays his gold award, presented by the Safer Hart Best Bar None Scheme 2012. Dan, who runs The Prince Arthur, in Fleet, was presented with the certificate by Councillor Ni...
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Trio of awards
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Trio of awards All three Wetherspoon pubs in Northampton have been recognised at the 2011 Best Bar None awards. The Cordwainer, The Eastgate and The Moon on the Square were all accredited at the awards ceremony. The Moon on the Square was also voted...
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Wetherspoon named as a top employer for 2012
Article date: 28 Mar 2012
Wetherspoon named as a top employer for 2012 Wetherspoon has been named as one of Britain’s Top Employers for 2012. Wetherspoon is one of only 67 organisations across the UK that has been recognised for achieving the highest standards in the fi...
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Five-star performance in Sunderland
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Five-star performance in Sunderland All five Wetherspoon pubs in and around Sunderland have been recognised at the Best Bar None awards for the area. The Lambton Worm, The William Jameson and The Cooper Rose (all in Sunderland), as well as The Wild B...
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Disability employment record praised
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Disability employment record praised Pub manager Phil Edmonds has, once again, been recognised in the Disability Employer of the Year annual awards. Phil, who runs The Square Peg, in Birmingham, finished as runner-up, in the initiative run by Birming...
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Double delight at Barnsley
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
Double delight at Barnsley Both Wetherspoon pubs in Barnsley enjoyed recognition in the South Yorkshire town’s annual Best Bar None awards. Pub manager Andrew Ibbotson (pictured), at The Silkstone Inn, collected the winner’s trophy in the...
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Kitchens are a shining example of food hygiene
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
Kitchens are a shining example of food hygiene Wetherspoon pubs across the UK continue to gain high ratings in their respective council’s Scores on the Doors programme. Scores on the Doors is a nationwide programme which aims to highlight hygie...
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Recognising a ‘Capitol’ asset
Article date: 05 Feb 2012
Recognising a ‘Capitol’ asset The Capitol, in Dundee, has been acclaimed in the Scottish city’s annual Best Bar None awards for 2011. The scheme, running for the sixth year, named the Lloyds No.1 bar as overall winner in the ‘best bar&rsq...
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Trio of awards
Article date: 05 Feb 2012
Trio of awards Bromley’s Best Bar None scheme has recognised three Wetherspoon pubs in the borough at the 2011 awards. The Greyhound, in Bromley North, The Richmal Crompton, in Bromley South, and The Sovereign of the Seas, in Petts Wood, have a...

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