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A fitting tribute to a transport legend
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
A fitting tribute to a transport legend When Wetherspoon’s new pub in Leyland, The Leyland Lion, opened towards the end of last year, it was of particular interest to two local residents. Peter Dawson and his neighbour Peggy Hastie, who both li...
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A guide to great ale
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
A guide to great ale A new guide to Manchester’s pubs and bars features no fewer than nine Wetherspoon pubs. Published by Greater Manchester CAMRA, the Manchester Pub Guide focuses on the city centre, including five Wetherspoon outlets. The 112...
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A very popular local
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
A very popular local At The Plaza, a very popular brewery showcased eight of its ales, during a five-day beer festival. Shrewsbury-based Salopian Brewery, located just 35 miles from the pub in Rugeley, is a firm favourite with customers. Among the be...
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Award for access
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
Award for access Pub manager Gary Williams is pictured on the disabled ramp, at his pub The Wilfred Owen, in Oswestry. The Oswestry and District Access Group, a disabled action group campaigning for easy access for all, recognised the pub in its awar...
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We are 10
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
We are 10 Duty manager Lisa Hamilton (second left) organised a superheroes 10th birthday party at The Almond Bank. Lisa, who has worked at the pub since it opened in Livingston a decade ago, and her colleagues also raised £870 at the event, for...
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USA burger a knock-out winner
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
USA burger a knock-out winner The Robert Peel, in Bury, staged a very unusual month-long event, to find the pub’s most popular burger choice with its customers. Various filling combinations were named after eight countries, to battle it out in...
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The Court of Requests
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
The Court of Requests Former West Bromwich Albion favourite Bob Taylor is pictured with manager Simon Taylor (third, right) and staff at the opening of The Court of Requests, Oldbury. The pub is a grade II listed building, built in 1816. The original...
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Cast adds historic interest
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
Cast adds historic interest Customers and staff at The Hatchet Inn, in Newbury, were surprised to see 12 men in Victorian costumes at the pub. They included a member of parliament, a police constable, a solicitor, a vicar, a minster, a doctor and two...
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King’s gold a shining example
Article date: 26 Apr 2012
King’s gold a shining example The King’s Highway, in Inverness, is celebrating gold in the Scottish town’s annual Best Bar None awards. Pub manager Mark Phinn, pictured with colleagues Andrea Taylor (left) and Carol Mackay, said: “I...
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Gold award is crowning glory for The Prince
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Gold award is crowning glory for The Prince Pub manager Dan Proctor proudly displays his gold award, presented by the Safer Hart Best Bar None Scheme 2012. Dan, who runs The Prince Arthur, in Fleet, was presented with the certificate by Councillor Ni...

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