Anchors Away! Community pub reopens with local boat business owner taking the oar
12th September 2018
The Darroch bar, a local community pub on the edge of Gourock Bay, Inverclyde reopened last week with local businessman Andy Quay taking on the pub following a £35,000 investment from leading community pub company Admiral Taverns.The pub reopened just in time for the busy August bank holiday, with an official launch party where guests enjoyed live entertainment from local Bob Dylan tribute act.
Score of the century! Local couple reopen the Cricketers
12th September 2018
The Cricketers, a local community pub in the heart of Chessington has reopened last week following a £120,000 investment from leading community pub company, Admiral Taverns. Licensee Diana Cook, who runs the pub alongside partner Tony, first discovered the venue when she worked as a barmaid. One shift was all it took to ensure she never left! After becoming the bar manager in 2016 she decided to take on the pub full time, taking over as licensee in 2017.
Newton’s New Crown is full of gems!
28th August 2018
The community of Newton Heath have been celebrating this week after the reopening of their local pub, the New Crown Inn, following a £80,000 investment by leading community pub company Admiral Taverns.
Durham pub holds first ever ‘Taste of Caribbean’ rum and BBQ festival
14th August 2018
The Woodman Inn, a popular community pub in Durham is excited to invite locals down for their first ever Caribbean-themed rum festival on Saturday, 18th August. Rum is rapidly gaining popularity as the perfect spirit for summer and licensees Sean and Jean Quilty are encouraging guests to dress for the occasion in their best pirate […]
LONG LIVE THE LOCAL
13th August 2018
As the UK’s leading community pub company, Admiral Taverns will be lending its support to the Long Live The Local campaign which is calling for a cut in the devastatingly high beer duty. The group's Chief Executive, Kevin Georgel voices Admiral Taverns’ support here.