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The West Kirk, Ayr
Article date: 01 Mar 2009
The West Kirk, Ayr Pub manager Colin Rawson has three reasons to be cheerful, at The West Kirk, in Ayr. The outlet has recently gained an impressive 100% score in a real-ale quality inspection by Cask Marque. A routine inspection, during an unannoun...
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Fourteen pubs across Devon are to serve a selection of b...
Article date: 01 Mar 2009
Fourteen pubs across Devon are to serve a selection of beers, brewed in the county, during a week-long regional beer festival The pubs will be hosting the festival from Monday to Monday (2–9 March, inclusive), with all beers available at £...
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Two hundred and fifty Wetherspoon pubs will be supportin...
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Two hundred and fifty Wetherspoon pubs will be supporting Fairtrade Fortnight The pubs will serve Honeydipper Ale, brewed by Don Burgess at Gloucestershire-based brewery Freeminer. The beer, a full-flavoured, golden-coloured ale, features honey from...
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Try our new beers!
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Try our new beers! Eighteen Wetherspoon pubs across Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire are to serve a selection of specially brewed beers during the Six Nations rugby tournament during February and March. The six beers, representing each...
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Children Demonstrate the Art of Community Spirit
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Children Demonstrate the Art of Community Spirit A group of primary school children visited The Three Tuns, in Thirsk, to see their artwork on display. The children from Thirsk Community Primary School undertook a school art project, in association w...
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Menu praised for healthy choice
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Menu praised for healthy choice The Society Rooms, in Stalybridge, Cheshire, has been recognised for the healthy choices on offer to its customers. It has won a silver award in the Tameside Healthy Choice Award Scheme, an initiative funded by Tamesid...
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Top awards for training
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Top awards for training Wetherspoon has won three major awards for the quality and purpose of its staff training and development. The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) National Industry Training Awards (NITAs) are recognised as the leading traini...
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Début winner for safety
Article date: 01 Feb 2009
Début winner for safety The Assembly Rooms, in Solihull, won two awards in the town’s pubwatch awards. The Lloyds No.1 bar came out on top, in the ‘best bar’ and ‘best late-night venue’ categories. The awards are aimed...
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An Australian beer has been voted as the most popular at...
Article date: 20 Jan 2009
An Australian beer has been voted as the most popular at Wetherspoon’s international beer festival Barons Black Wattle Original Ale was brewed at Banks’s brewery in Wolverhampton, especially for the festival. It had not previously been served i...
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The Blue Bell Inn pub was one of the sponsors of the Scu...
Article date: 14 Jan 2009
The Blue Bell Inn pub was one of the sponsors of the Scunthorpe Rock Open 2008 The Scunthorpe pub donated £500 for the town’s battle of the bands competition, pitting the best bands from across Lincolnshire against one another in a knock...

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