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Up-to-date news on pub-saving and pub-going from both sides of the bar.

Heaven and hell in the Highlands

The bad news was after more than 400 miles aboard four trains and a tiny Highland ferry,the most remote pub on mainland Britain was shut. The good new...

Derelict railway pub back on track

More than a decade ago, local lad Danny Horsley (pictured) would regularly drink in the Black Tom pub in Camerton, West Cumbria. He also served behind...

Fight for Fisher’s

Fans of the the Fisher’s Arms pub in Horncliffe, near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland have launched a campaign to buy it. The pub closed in October...

Pub’s village shop initiative

Rebecca and Joseph Richards (pictured) have come to the rescue of local residents by opening a new village store at the Royal Oak Hotel in Beckermet,...

Pub dream comes true after 12-year battle

Residents in a North Yorkshire village are toasting success after a 12-year battle to save their pub. The once thriving village pub, which has been cl...

Milestone birthday raises money for pub defibrillator

When a customer collapsed in her Warrington pub landlady Lisa Leyland (pictured) was grateful for the off-duty nurses who were able to come quickly to...

Join six decades of Holts landladies

Their ages may span six decades, yet this sextet of women has one thing in common – they're all licensees with Joseph Holt brewery.  The Manchester-ba...

Step in to new year with a new Sheps’ pub walks

Shepherd Neame is launching three pub walks in Kent. In response to demand, a self-guided walking tour of its Faversham pubs is on offer for the first...

Campaigners slam ruling to demolish pub

  1695 The Plough opens as a public house 1897 Tennant Brothers acquire the lease to the Plough and the adjacent sports ground 1929...

Remembering a real ale hero

Blues guitarist Colin Walker opened an afternoon and evening of live entertainment at the Sair Inn at Linthwaite, West Yorkshire, as regulars gathered...


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