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The Berkeley re-opens after a £200k
Article date: 31 Aug 2011
The Berkeley re-opens after a £200k One of our most popular Bristol pubs is due to reopen on Thursday September 1, following a £200,000 refurbishment project. The Berkeley in Queens Road, which has been closed for just over two weeks whil...
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17 Wetherspoon pubs in best bar guide
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
17 Wetherspoon pubs in best bar guide Seventeen Wetherspoon pubs are highlighted in a new book – The CAMRA Guide to London’s Best Beer Pubs & Bars. The book’s author, Des de Moor, researched the capital’s best pubs to &lsq...
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Brewing up local interest
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
Brewing up local interest Wetherspoon’s pubs across Yorkshire and Humberside have joined forces to produce an exclusive new beer for the region. Alex Campbell, pub manager at The Six Chimneys, in Wakefield, organised the initiative which saw a...
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We are 10
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
We are 10 Pub manager Sandra Harrison (centre) and her team at The Brass Balance are pictured celebrating the Birkenhead pub’s 10th birthday. Nearby Peerless Brewing Company produced a special dark anniversary ale (6.0% ABV), to mark the occasi...
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Reception for Reg marks Docklands success
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
Reception for Reg marks Docklands success The Ledger Building, in London’s Docklands, was the venue for a special reception, attended by 120 guests. The event was a celebration of the life of Reg Ward, the man behind the Docklands development,...
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The Commercial Hotel
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
The Commercial Hotel The building dates from 1881 – and the pub has reverted to its original name. One of its features is a ceiling lantern light, by a local stained-glass artist, as well as a mural and artwork of an Art Nouveau theme, based on...
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The Gooseberry Bush
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
The Gooseberry Bush Julie Holroyd is pictured at her new pub, The Gooseberry Bush, in Nottingham. A pub opened on this site in 1984 – and Wetherspoon has reverted to its original name. Artwork by students from the local Nottingham Trent Univers...
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Support for the Royal British Legion
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
Support for the Royal British Legion The Postal Order, in Crystal Palace, provided the venue for a fund-raising event for the local Royal British Legion (RBL) Croydon branch, to raise awareness for the charity, as well as collect £130 in donati...
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Mustard Man
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
Mustard Man Kitchen associate Sam Wilson dressed as mustard man during his six-hour shift at The Talk of the Town, in Paignton. His escapade coincided with the pub’s popular Thursday-night Steak Club.
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Pub and library unite with great success
Article date: 30 Aug 2011
Pub and library unite with great success More than two years since its launch, the reading group at The John Jacques, in Portsmouth, continues to go from strength to strength. Run in partnership with the Portsmouth Library Service, the two great high...

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