The Royal Oak celebrates the New Year with exciting refurbishment
27th January 2020
The Royal Oak, a family run public house and restaurant in Brandon has been closed for refurbishment beginning 6th January 2020 and re-opened on January 20th. The pub will maintain its rustic country theme, through a joint investment of £100,000 between award winning pub company Admiral Taverns and experienced licensees Beverley Rawbone and her son […]
The Foaming Tankard re-opens with a Caribbean flair
4th December 2019
The Foaming Tankard, located in Nechells, Birmingham, is celebrating the re-opening of the pub, following a joint investment with Admiral Taverns, the UK’s leading community pub operator. The pub is set to re-open on December 7th with an exciting new look after a £50,000 internal transformation. New licensee and nurse Sylvia Ferron has taken […]
Stourbridge pub re-opens with delicious Thai menu
28th November 2019
The Wychbury Inn, a local community pub owned by Admiral Taverns in the market town of Stourbridge has re-opened with the arrival of experienced licensees Kitisart and Sarisa Tangsakul. The licensees are hoping to turn the pub into a Thai sensation, introducing a delicious Thai menu and an exciting new look after a £40k refurbishment. […]
ADMIRAL TAVERNS COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF 137 COMMUNITY PUBS FROM MARSTON’S
25th November 2019
The Board of Admiral Taverns, the UK’s number one community pub group, is pleased to confirm completion of the acquisition of 137 pubs from Marston’s PLC (“Marston’s”). The nationwide portfolio is comprised of a mixture of predominately tenanted, leased and retail-agreement sites across England and Wales.
ADMIRAL TAVERNS ACQUIRES PORTFOLIO OF 137 PUBS FROM MARSTON’S PLC
4th November 2019
The Board of Admiral Taverns, the UK’s number one community pub group, is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement to acquire a portfolio of 137 pubs from Marston’s PLC (“Marston’s”). The nationwide portfolio is comprised of a mixture of predominately tenanted, leased and retail-agreement sites across England and Wales.