29 September 2021

GBPA Best for Dogs: The Flying Childers Inn

A Peak District pub is celebrating after being named the Best for Dogs at the Great British Pub Awards 2021
29 September 2021

GBPA Community Hero: The Last Post & Remembrance Bar

Community operations have really come to the fore during the coronavirus crisis and one pub certainly stood out, taking home the title of Community Hero in […]
29 September 2021

Your guide to the latest licensing law changes

As we move out of summer and into autumn, I thought it might be helpful to do a little round up of some of the changes […]
29 September 2021

GBPA Best Pub to Watch Sport: The Famous Three Kings

One of the UK’s leading sports pub was celebrating after scooping the title of Best Pub to Watch sport, making it a four time winner at […]
29 September 2021

GBPA Best Pub for Families: The Onslow Arms

A West Sussex pub that offers a little something for everyone was celebrating after being names the Best Pub for Families at the Great British Pub […]
29 September 2021

GBPA Best Chef: Gordon Stott, the Purefoy Arms

This yearâs Best Chef title at the Great British Pub Awards was awarded to Gordon Stott of the Purefoy Arms, near Basingstoke in Hampshire.
29 September 2021

GBPA Best Young Chef: Samuel McClurkin, the Dog at Wingham

The Best Young Chef title for this yearâs Great British Pub Awards was awarded to Samuel McClurkin, head chef of the Dog at Wingham in Kent
29 September 2021

GBPA Best Pub for Late Night: The Phoenix Arts Club

Emerging from the ashes of the pandemic, the Phoenix Arts Club is celebrating after taking home a much deserved win in the Great British Pub Awards […]
29 September 2021

GBPA Stonegate Pub of the Year: The Myrtle Tavern

Nestled in one of the leafier suburbs of Leeds, the Myrtle Tavern occupies a higgledy-piggledy building with many tempting corners to sit and sup a pint, […]
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