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Local pub in Leicestershire re-opens with weekend spectacular following £200,000 investment

4th March 2019

A local 19th century pub, the King’s Arms in Whitwick, has opened its doors to the public following a transformational £200,000 refurbishment by leading community pub company Admiral Taverns. The opening weekend will feature an array of past and present, with local singing duo, “All That Sass” who both spent their childhood at the pub […]
Stowmarket pub re-opens with unique cask-ale offering

4th March 2019

The Walnut Tree in Stowmarket, a bustling town in the beautiful county of Suffolk, is celebrating the re-opening of the pub with the arrival of two experienced licensees, Helen and Ivan Sheldrake following a joint investment with Admiral Taverns, the UK’s leading community pub operator. The couple joined the industry four years ago, when they […]
Feeling Hot Hot Hot! Community local sets the Richmond Pub scene alight following a transformational refurbishment

4th March 2019

Following a sparkling new refurbishment, the Bishop Blaize is set to reopen next week on Tuesday 26th February in the popular Yorkshire town of Richmond. The pub, which is owned by community pub company Admiral Taverns, has undergone a £150,000 transformational refurbishment which has turned the local into the hottest new venue in town. Set […]
Pub puts free meals on local food banks’ menu

4th March 2019

To welcome in the new year, The Jolly Brewers, a food destination pub in Shouldham Thorpe is working hard to tackle the common issue of edible food waste in pubs. Today, licensees Adam Noble and Aaron Dobson are announcing their partnership with King’s Lynn Foodbank, a local facility to ensure that high quality food is […]
Hexham pub supports local public service workers with ‘Christmas in January’ for those who missed out

17th December 2018

Licensee at the County Hotel in Hexham, Fiona Beck is passionate about giving everyone a chance to enjoy a delicious Christmas meal with friends, family and colleagues. Having worked in the pub industry for a number of years, she is aware how difficult it can be for workers from the public, hospitality and retail sectors to organise parties around busy seasonal schedules and unsocial shift patterns.
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