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Pub’s style attracts heritage nomination
Article date: 25 Apr 2013
Pub’s style attracts heritage nomination The Silk Kite, in Tamworth, is one of several buildings in the Staffordshire town to be nominated for a blue plaque. A heritage scheme to honour Tamworth’s most treasured historical sites has been overwh...
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Strong support for CAMRA festival
Article date: 25 Apr 2013
Strong support for CAMRA festival All eight pubs in Sheffield joined forces to support a beer festival in the city, organised by their local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch. The 38th CAMRA Steel City Festival, run by Sheffield & District CAM...
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Festival gives ale a try
Article date: 25 Apr 2013
Festival gives ale a try Team leader and rugby fan Simon Jessop (centre) organised a rugby themed beer festival at his pub The Paramount, in Manchester. Simon approached eight breweries, located in or near the home town of the eight teams participati...
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We raised £400
Article date: 23 Apr 2013
We raised £400 Area manager Phil Buckley and members of staff from The Boot Inn, in Burnley, raised over £400 for CLIC Sargent in a sponsored charity run. The 10-strong group was among 1,500 competitors taking part in the Preston Guild Run 2012...
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We hit the quality marque
Article date: 23 Apr 2013
We hit the quality marque Over 200 Wetherspoon pubs have achieved the distinction of scoring a perfect 100% score on consecutive assessments of ale quality by Cask Marque. Cask Marque’s inspectors test for clarity, taste, aroma and temperature.
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Tash for cash
Article date: 23 Apr 2013
Tash for cash Staff and customers at The King Johns Tavern, in Hartlepool, are pictured at the end of a monthlong ‘tash for cash’ challenge. The eight hairy fellows grew moustaches and beards throughout the month of November, in the fundr...
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Customers spellbound by winning beers
Article date: 23 Apr 2013
Customers spellbound by winning beers Moorhouse’s Brewery, a popular brewer among the real-ale enthusiasts at The Wilfred Wood, won a ‘battle of the brewers’ event at the pub in Hazel Grove. The Burnley-based brewery was up against...
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Pub earns an OBE for its ales’ quality
Article date: 23 Apr 2013
Pub earns an OBE for its ales’ quality The Tim Bobbin, in Urmston, is the first Wetherspoon pub to be awarded an OBE. Pub manager Tony Leather (left), pictured with duty manager Paul Saunders, celebrate the accolade, awarded by Ossett Brewery, in Oss...
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We raised £130
Article date: 19 Apr 2013
We raised £130 Customer Wayne Booker (pictured) lost his ’tash for cash, all in the name of charity. Wayne, who is a regular at The Hornet, in Birmingham, had been growing his moustache for 24 years, but decided to shave it off in a charity fun...
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Ouch that hurts...
Article date: 19 Apr 2013
Ouch that hurts... Shift leader Roy Broadbent raised £96 for CLIC Sargent in a charity waxing event at The Dominie Cross, in Retford.

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