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Festival drama at the Opera House
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Festival drama at the Opera House The Opera House pub was the focal point for the launch of the Tunbridge Wells Festival. Batman abseiled down the front of the pub, a landmark building in the Kent town, to officially mark the start of the inaugural t...
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Staff dig deep for charity
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Staff dig deep for charity Managers and staff from pubs in Leeds, Exeter and Plymouth offered their services in two very special volunteering initiatives. The teams of volunteers took part in garden makeover projects for two families supported by CLI...
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Couple shine to take silver award
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Couple shine to take silver award Pub manager Archie Denny has been recognised in a national licensed trade awards ceremony in Scotland. Archie, who runs The Standing Order, in Edinburgh, with his wife Tracy (both pictured), received a silver award a...
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Trowbridge heroes fundraiser
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Trowbridge heroes fundraiser An armed forces weekend at the Sir Isaac Pitman raised almost a grand for two charities. A raffle, with prizes donated from local businesses, as well as children’s activities and face-painting, amassed £986.42...
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Fans turn out to wish Gavin well
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Fans turn out to wish Gavin well Pub manager Paul Sanderson is pictured with Doncaster boxer Gavin McDonnell at The Gate House, in the South Yorkshire town. The super bantamweight boxer was at the pub, for the official weigh-in, ahead of his successf...
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Ferry’s ale launch hopes to preserve tug boat
Article date: 06 Dec 2012
Ferry’s ale launch hopes to preserve tug boat The Ferry Boat, in Runcorn, provided the venue for the launch of a new ale, in support of a local preservation society. The Daniel Adamson Preservation Society (DAPS) joined forces with Cheshire-based Fro...
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Beer festival fundraiser
Article date: 28 Nov 2012
Beer festival fundraiser Shift leader Ed Clarke toasts the start of a mini beer festival at The Lord Burton. The four-day event, at the pub in Burton upon Trent, showcased 10 ales from Marston’s brewery. The pub also held a charity raffle throu...
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Pub blooms in first year
Article date: 28 Nov 2012
Pub blooms in first year Despite being the new kid on the block, The Bear pub has been recognised by the local town council in an annual competition. The Bear, which opened in Melksham in May, won first prize in the town’s 2012 ‘In Bloom&...
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Students get a big welcome
Article date: 28 Nov 2012
Students get a big welcome An alternative freshers’ fair and food festival, at The Sir Titus Salt, proved to be a lot of fun for new students arriving in Bradford. Pub manager David Herbert ran the event to coincide with Bradford University&rsq...
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We raised £3,300
Article date: 28 Nov 2012
We raised £3,300 An annual charity bike ride at The New Fairlop Oak saw cyclists of all ages take to two wheels in aid of two great causes. Pub manager Karen Catchpole, pictured centre, led 25 fundraisers on an eight-mile route around Fairlop Waters,...

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