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Veto Ale salutes Cameronís euro stance
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Veto Ale salutes Cameronís euro stance Wetherspoon pubs served a special beer, Veto Ale, in support of David Cameron’s stance on the euro. Lincolnshire’s Batemans Brewery brewed the beer exclusively for the company, using solely British i...
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School art captures local colour
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
School art captures local colour Wetherspoon’s commitment to the local community is in evidence at Cabot Court Hotel, in Weston-super-Mare. Year-11 pupils from Worle Community School provided the photographic artwork, now framed and on display...
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The Bullís Head Hotel
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
The Bullís Head Hotel Manager Michaela Bellingham is pictured, with members of Farnworth and Walkden brass band at The Bull’s Head Hotel, in Worsley. Wetherspoon spent £1.4 million redeveloping the site of the disused pub (The Bull’...
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Five-star performance in Sunderland
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Five-star performance in Sunderland All five Wetherspoon pubs in and around Sunderland have been recognised at the Best Bar None awards for the area. The Lambton Worm, The William Jameson and The Cooper Rose (all in Sunderland), as well as The Wild B...
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Disability employment record praised
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Disability employment record praised Pub manager Phil Edmonds has, once again, been recognised in the Disability Employer of the Year annual awards. Phil, who runs The Square Peg, in Birmingham, finished as runner-up, in the initiative run by Birming...
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The Carrick Stone
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
The Carrick Stone Manager Phil Hedge-Holmes (pictured) has moved from his role at The Brandon Works, in Motherwell, to The Carrick Stone, in Cumbernauld. The Carrick Stone is an ancient monument, shaped like a Roman altar, standing in what is now the...
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Double delight at Barnsley
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
Double delight at Barnsley Both Wetherspoon pubs in Barnsley enjoyed recognition in the South Yorkshire town’s annual Best Bar None awards. Pub manager Andrew Ibbotson (pictured), at The Silkstone Inn, collected the winner’s trophy in the...
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Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren Manager Anouska Abraham (second, left) is pictured at the Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren, in Stapleford. Also pictured at the opening, left to right, deputy manager Matthew Grainger, Mayor of Broxtowe Cllr. Jacky Will...
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Kitchens are a shining example of food hygiene
Article date: 17 Mar 2012
Kitchens are a shining example of food hygiene Wetherspoon pubs across the UK continue to gain high ratings in their respective council’s Scores on the Doors programme. Scores on the Doors is a nationwide programme which aims to highlight hygie...
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The Tilley Stone
Article date: 05 Feb 2012
The Tilley Stone Jena McTurk (pictured) has made the short journey from The Keel Row, in Newcastle, to manage The Tilley Stone, in Gateshead. The pub has opened on the site of retail units which were the long-time premises of the Gateshead Industrial...

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