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Ipswich’s best pub
Article date: 24 Jul 2013
Ipswich’s best pub The Robert Ransome is celebrating after scooping a prize at the 2013 Ipswich Best Bar None awards. The outlet, in the Suffolk town, was voted ‘best pub’ in the annual awards ceremony at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. The Cr...
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Wetherspoon recognised as one of Britain's top employers
Article date: 18 Jul 2013
Wetherspoon recognised as one of Britain's top employers Wetherspoon is the highest-ranked pub operator in Britain’s Top Employers 2013. It was placed fourth in the overall rank of large organisations. The annual report, undertaken by the CRF I...
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Pubs proud of safety awards
Article date: 16 Jul 2013
Pubs proud of safety awards Two Wetherspoon pubs in Renfrewshire were among just seven venues recognised in the area’s Best Bar None awards. The Lord of the Isles, at Xscape (in Braehead) and The Last Post, in Paisley, both scooped a silver awa...
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Pioneer leads the way in its first year
Article date: 16 Jul 2013
Pioneer leads the way in its first year The Prestwick Pioneer celebrated its first year with a Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award. The pub in Prestwick, Ayrshire, which opened in May 2012, was voted as South Ayrshire ‘pub of the year’ fo...
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'King' thrilled to retain cider crown
Article date: 04 Jul 2013
'King' thrilled to retain cider crown Robbie Bates, pub manager at The Kings Fee, has won the Herefordshire Campaign for Real Ale ‘cider pub of the year’, for the second successive year. Robbie is pictured centre, receiving the certificat...
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Winning ways
Article date: 04 Jul 2013
Winning ways J D Wetherspoon is the most admired pub company in the UK. In addition, the company has been named as the 81st most admired company in the UK, across all sectors. Its standings were highlighted in Management Today’s Britain’s...
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Doing the simple things well
Article date: 04 Jul 2013
Doing the simple things well Pub manager Rachael Wren (right) and her team at The Wilfred Wood have been recognised with a Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award. Members of the Stockport and South Manchester CAMRA branch named the Hazel Grove outlet &l...
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Award for sticking local
Article date: 24 Jun 2013
Award for sticking local Stick or Twist, in Leeds, was voted city-centre ‘pub of the season’, for winter 2012, by members of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Leeds branch. Bar associate Hannah Clarke is pictured receiving a certificate f...
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Double delight for Grimsby pub
Article date: 24 Jun 2013
Double delight for Grimsby pub The Yarborough Hotel, in Grimsby, has scooped two prestigious titles, in the local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) awards. Grimsby and Cleethorpes CAMRA members voted the popular town-centre outlet ‘Town Pub of the...
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Début award for Tafarn Y Porth
Article date: 24 Jun 2013
Début award for Tafarn Y Porth Sion Williams, pub manager at Tafarn Y Porth, is pictured receiving a certificate from members of his local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch. Sion (left) is pictured with (left to right) Cemlyn Jones (young members...

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