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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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Supermarkets will still sell cheap beer
Article date: 29 Mar 2012
Supermarkets will still sell cheap beer Sir, Professor Rhodes and his colleagues argue that increased alcoholic drinks prices reduce consumption based on " wealth of international evidence". However, the paradoxical effect of tax increases on drinks...
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Wetherspoon named as a top employer for 2012
Article date: 28 Mar 2012
Wetherspoon named as a top employer for 2012 Wetherspoon has been named as one of Britain’s Top Employers for 2012. Wetherspoon is one of only 67 organisations across the UK that has been recognised for achieving the highest standards in the fi...
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The Watch Maker
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
The Watch Maker Pub managers Ian and Charlene McLean are pictured at The Watch Maker, in Prescot. The pub has opened on the site of a former supermarket. The pub’s name refers to the area’s long-standing association with watch-making, dat...
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Tianna inspires donations totalling £16,000
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Tianna inspires donations totalling £16,000 A charity event at The Knights Templar, in Chancery Lane, raised more than £16,000 for the Badger Ward Appeal. The charity raises money to support children with various respiratory difficulties and th...
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Chester angels put the community first
Article date: 22 Mar 2012
Chester angels put the community first The Forest House and The Square Bottle, both Wetherspoon pubs in Chester, are continuing to support a local pub-watch-style initiative, known as ArcAngel, launched last year in the town. The two pubs were among...
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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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