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Warm reception for mild festival
Article date: 11 Jul 2011
Warm reception for mild festival Customers at four pubs in Croydon enjoyed a 10-day beer festival, with a selection of mild ales on offer from a variety of breweries. The George, The Milan Bar, The Ship of Fools and The Skylark all took part in the e...
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Top score for food safety
Article date: 11 Jul 2011
Top score for food safety All four Wetherspoon pubs in Coventry have achieved a maximum score in the city’s food hygiene inspection reports. The City Arms, The Earl of Mercia, The Flying Standard and The Spon Gate, all gained the maximum nine o...
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Eat Safe award recognises food hygiene
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
Eat Safe award recognises food hygiene The Archibald Simpson, in Aberdeen, has added to its long list of achievements – with an award for its food hygiene. The outlet is one of only two pubs in the city centre (only the 23rd food outlet in 1,90...
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We raised £130
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
We raised £130 Simon Skelton, a member of the Wetherspoon payroll department, raised £130 for CLIC Sargent by attempting to eat 60 Babybel cheeses in two hours. Although he fell short of his target, he intends to train hard and come back bigger...
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Helping to develop confidence and skills
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
Helping to develop confidence and skills Students at a Hereford school are getting hands-on experience, as part of their hospitality course – thanks to their local Wetherspoon pub. The Kings Fee hosts a dozen hospitality students from Barrs Cou...
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School art adds local colour
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
School art adds local colour Pub manager Rob Watson is pictured with pupils from Cathedral Church of England Primary School at his new pub and hotel, The Unicorn Hotel, in Ripon. As has now become tradition for new Wetherspoon hotels, pupils at the n...
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We are 9
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
We are 9 A week-long celebration at The Furze Wren marked the Bexleyheath pub’s ninth birthday. Managers and staff are pictured enjoying the ‘gender swap’ fancy-dress night, one of a host of events, organised by team leader Karen Ca...
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The Joseph Morton
Article date: 07 Jul 2011
The Joseph Morton Paul and Fleur O’Leary are pictured at The Joseph Morton, in Louth, Lincolnshire. The pub occupies several combined properties which have traded as a bar since the 1980s. The tallest is a former warehouse, built between 1808 a...
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Pub gives school’s fun a boost
Article date: 06 Jul 2011
Pub gives school’s fun a boost Fund-raising activities at the City and County, in Goole, have raised £1,000 for a nearby school. Various events, including a race night and non-uniform day, were part of the ongoing fund-raising activities at the...
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Pub’s past uncovered
Article date: 06 Jul 2011
Pub’s past uncovered The Coronation Hall, in Surbiton – in its cellar – hides a very unusual past. The pub opened in September 1997, on the site of a former cinema and later a bingo hall, the history of both of which is well documented. H...

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