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Singing the praises of The Skylark
Article date: 28 Nov 2010
Singing the praises of The Skylark The Skylark, in Croydon, was voted ‘runner up, best pub’ in the area’s Best Bar None awards for 2010. Pub manager Charlotte Gierus, pictured with shift manager Reka Szigeti, was presented with a ce...
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Manchesterís magnificent seven
Article date: 28 Nov 2010
Manchesterís magnificent seven Seven Manchester city-centre pubs have gained recognition at the Manchester Best Bar None awards 2010. The seven pubs eligible to enter this year’s initiative were all accredited at the awards ceremony, hosted by...
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Birminghamís best pubs
Article date: 28 Nov 2010
Birminghamís best pubs Wetherspoon pubs in and around the West Midlands have been recognised in their respective Best Bar None schemes. In the scheme run by Birmingham City Council, The Bottle of Sack (Sutton Coldfield) was voted ‘best-suburban...
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News in brief ...
Article date: 28 Nov 2010
News in brief ... The Blacksmith’s Forge, in Dalkeith, picked up a bronze award in the 2010 Best Bar None initiative, one of just 12 licensed premises in East Lothian and Midlothian to receive an award from the chair of the local licensing boar...
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Ten years of high speed and high standards
Article date: 22 Nov 2010
Ten years of high speed and high standards Kitchen manager Emma Craine (pictured, second left) and kitchen supervisor Claire Curren (left) are both celebrating more than 10 years at The Ash Tree, Ashton-Under-Lyne. During a decade at the Lancashire p...
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Wetherspoon named one of Britainís top employers
Article date: 01 Jun 2010
Wetherspoon named one of Britainís top employers Wetherspoon has been named as the only pub company among Britain’s Top Employers. It is listed alongside 55 other companies, who “demonstrate the best in HR practice.” It is the seven...
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Gerard is seasonís best
Article date: 01 Jun 2010
Gerard is seasonís best The Sir Thomas Gerard, in Ashton-in- Makerfield, has been voted as ‘pub of the season’ for winter 2009/2010, by members of the Wigan branch of CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale). The pub is a keen supporter of real ale,...
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A bank to be proud of
Article date: 01 Jun 2010
A bank to be proud of The Bank House, in Cheltenham, has won a commendation in the Cheltenham Civic Awards 2009. The pub’s restored façade was highlighted by judges, who considered it be among the best structure and renovation in the town...
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Three wins in a row for Grantham best pub
Article date: 01 Jun 2010
Three wins in a row for Grantham best pub The Tollemache Inn, Grantham, has been named Town Pub of the Year, for 2010, by Grantham CAMRA members. It is the third consecutive year that the pub has won the award. The pub’s manager, Mike Stockley...
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Just the picture as pub named springís best
Article date: 01 Jun 2010
Just the picture as pub named springís best The Picture House, in Colwyn Bay, has gained recognition from its local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch members. The Abercolwyn CAMRA branch has voted the north Wales pub as ‘Pub of the Season&rs...

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