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Historic past remembered by plaque
Article date: 16 May 2011
Historic past remembered by plaque An historic plaque which commemorates the 200th anniversary of the founding, by Robert Pocock, of the printing press in Gravesend is now proudly displayed in the Kent pub named after him. The plaque was originally d...
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We are 10
Article date: 16 May 2011
We are 10 Staff at The Wheatsheaf Inn, in Wisbech, are pictured celebrating the 10th birthday of the Cambridgeshire pub. Left to right are shift manager Abi Anderson, team leader Shaun Matthews, shift manager Michael Spraggs, pub manager David Ormrod...
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We raised £150
Article date: 16 May 2011
We raised £150 Staff and customers at The Gilpin’s Bell raised £150 for CLIC Sargent in an ‘April Bald Day’ charity head-shave and waxing day. The sponsored event was the first of several fund-raising activities throughout the...
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Thank you – together, we have raised over £4,000,000
Article date: 16 May 2011
Thank you – together, we have raised over £4,000,000 Wetherspoon’s staff and customers have now raised £4 million for their chosen charity – CLIC Sargent. The company has announced that, for a further five years, it is to raise fund...
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We raised £3,276
Article date: 05 May 2011
We raised £3,276 A team of 30 Wetherspoon staff members took part in a charity abseil, raising £3,276 for CLIC Sargent. Managers and staff from pubs in and around the Bristol area, as well as Swindon and Exeter, completed the 100ft abseil drop...
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Ross and the boys pop in
Article date: 05 May 2011
Ross and the boys pop in Shift manager Gareth Ruxton (centre) and his colleagues are pictured with Ross Kemp, during a break from filming at their pub. The Corn Exchange, in Arbroath, played host to actor and television documentary presenter Ross Kem...
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All aboard The Knights Templar
Article date: 05 May 2011
All aboard The Knights Templar The Knights Templar was the meeting place for almost 60 former train drivers, at a reunion in Bristol. They gathered at the pub for their half-yearly meeting of the steam locomotive drivers who used to operate the Londo...
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New-look Palladium a real star
Article date: 05 May 2011
New-look Palladium a real star The Palladium pub, in Llandudno, was officially reopened by the mayor, following a complete 12-month refurbishment. During that period, the pub, a grade I listed building, remained opened; however, it was covered by sca...
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Dark night sheds light on ale
Article date: 05 May 2011
Dark night sheds light on ale Regulars at The Flying Boat enjoyed their first meet-the-brewer evening at the Dartford pub. Representatives from West Sussex brewery Dark Star Brewing Company showcased six ales for sampling at the event. Among the ales...
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The Bourtree
Article date: 05 May 2011
The Bourtree Pub manager Stephen Reynolds is pictured at Wetherspoon’s new pub in Hawick, Scotland. The Bourtree has been built on the site of the Border town’s former Conservative Club. The pub’s name refers to the bourtrees, or el...

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