All 10 Wetherspoon pubs in Cornwall have been recognised at the Cornwall Best Bar None awards 2014.
The Tremenheere, in Penzance, also won the ‘best large pub’ award. Pub managers from Chapel an Gansblydhen (Bodmin), The John Francis Basset (Camborne), The Packet Station (Falmouth), The Cribbar and The Towan Blystra (Newquay), The Tremenheere (Penzance), The Green Parrot (Perranporth), The Rann Wartha (St Austell), The Hain Line (St Ives) and Try Dowr (Truro) are pictured at the awards ceremony, with Wetherspoon area manager for Cornwall Helen Cazaly. Helen said: “I am so proud that all of the Cornish pubs have gained accreditation this year. It is a great achievement. “Congratulations also to Tim Searle and his team at The Tremenheere on their award.” The Cornwall scheme was launched in 2010 and is currently the only scheme in the country which is based on a county area. It provides an opportunity to all premises licensed to sell alcohol to aspire to ‘Bydh an Gwella’ – ‘Be The Best’. Cornwall Best Bar None works in partnership with the licensed trade, Cornwall Council and the police to support licensed premises in applying to become Best Bar None. Dave George, Cornwall Best Bar None co-ordinator, said: “Cornwall Best Bar None is grateful to Helen and Wetherspoon for supporting the scheme. “The awards reflect the high standard of management practice being delivered in each venue – and achieving a ‘full house’ of accredited premises is no mean feat.”