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Outstanding contribution to the community recognised
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Outstanding contribution to the community recognised Pub manager John Opolli was one of 145 members of the community, officers and police staff presented with a special award from West Midlands Police and the Police Authority, for their outstanding c...
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Leicester Square showcases ale stars
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Leicester Square showcases ale stars A three-week ‘hand-picked ale festival’ at The Moon Under Water, in Leicester Square, offered a huge choice of beers from several breweries across the UK. Pub manager Shona Mulvaney and shift manager J...
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Solway is season’s best
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Solway is season’s best Pub manager Jill Hollingsworth and her team are celebrating an award from their local Campaign for Real Ale members. For winter 2011, the Solway CAMRA branch voted her pub, Woodrow Wilson, in Carlisle, ‘pub of the season...
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Coastal cycle clocks up £1,000
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Coastal cycle clocks up £1,000 Managers and staff from three pubs in Leeds teamed up to take part in a sponsored bike ride for charity. The six fund-raisers, four cyclists and two support team members, completed the ‘coast-to-coast’ route...
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The David Macbeth Moir
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
The David Macbeth Moir Pub manager Ian Gregory is pictured at The David Macbeth Moir, with Elena Di Rollo, whose family ice cream factory is situated behind the pub and whose family built the original cinema. David Macbeth Moir served Musselburgh thr...
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Trio of awards
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Trio of awards All three Wetherspoon pubs in Northampton have been recognised at the 2011 Best Bar None awards. The Cordwainer, The Eastgate and The Moon on the Square were all accredited at the awards ceremony. The Moon on the Square was also voted...
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Potters Wheel turns heads
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Potters Wheel turns heads An exhibition of Swansea pottery and live pottery demonstrations marked the reopening of The Potters Wheel, in Swansea, following a £250,000 refurbishment project. The pub, the first Wetherspoon outlet to open in Wales...
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Team clock up 80 years’ service at Goole pub
Article date: 18 Apr 2012
Team clock up 80 years’ service at Goole pub It really is a family affair at the City and County, in Goole. Eight members of management and staff have clocked up almost 80 years’ Wetherspoon service among them. Husband-and-wife management team...
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Fighting the tax burden is killing pubs
Article date: 12 Apr 2012
Fighting the tax burden is killing pubs ‘Pubs are shutting down in a big way now, but you don’t see it here in London – it’s much more marked in the North. ‘Never mind Wetherspoons – it’s a shame for the vill...
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The delight and mystery of eggs Benedict
Article date: 30 Mar 2012
The delight and mystery of eggs Benedict Eggs Benedict, a celebrated breakfast dish which has been synonymous with luxury and fine taste for generations, is set to become an everyday favourite at Wetherspoon as it joins our great new breakfast menu....

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