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Mammoth Sheps pub tour takes in brewery

A man who plans to visit all of Britain’s oldest brewer’s Kent pubs in a year has ticked off 75 so far including and added the brewery itself. Jace De...

Minister opens pub microbrewery

Stratford upon Avon MP and secretary of state for education Nadhim Zahawi officially opened the microbrewery created by licensees Gaynor and Antony Th...

Rules must be relaxed to help save urban pubs

Community-owned pubs champion, the Plunkett Foundation, has called for relaxed rules so groups can buy urban locals. Foundation research revealed impr...

Pub’s blooming partnership

Friendship has blossomed into a blooming partnership for licensee Lindsey Smethills with the opening of a florists in the beer garden of her Swinton p...

Cash boost to help Welsh pubs diversify

Welsh pubs are to get Pub is The Hub to support to offer essential services, including food stores after being given a ÂŁ25,000 cash injection. The org...

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...


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