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Sunday, September 23


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Wetherspoon pubs have CAMRA seal of approval

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They also took into account customer service, décor and overall atmosphere. “It is our belief that if a licensee serves an excellent pint of real ale, then everything else in the pub, including customer service, quality of food and atmosphere, are likely to be of an equally high standard.”. “We offer our customers an excellent range of real ales at all times, including those from regional brewers and microbrewers, as well as hosting our own beer festivals. The John Francis Basset in Camborne's Commercial Street is also listed in CAMRA’s guide. For more information on the Good Beer Guide 2019, please contact CAMRA’s press office on 01727 867201. Sorry, an error occurred.

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Saturday, September 22


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J D Wetherspoon plc (LON:JDW) Raises Dividend to GBX 8 Per Share – XNewsPress

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J D Wetherspoon plc (LON:JDW) declared a dividend on Friday, September 14th, Upcoming.Co.Uk reports. Stockholders of record on Thursday, October 25th will be given a dividend of GBX 8 ($0.10) per share on Thursday, November 29th. J D Wetherspoon has a 12 month low of GBX 926.50 ($12.07) and a 12 month high of GBX 1,346.14 ($17.53). Peel Hunt upgraded J D Wetherspoon to an “add” rating and raised their price target for the stock from GBX 1,200 ($15.63) to GBX 1,300 ($16.93) in a research report on Wednesday, July 11th.

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Friday, September 21


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Helston Wetherspoons listed in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2019

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They also took into account customer service, décor and overall atmosphere. “It is our belief that if a licensee serves an excellent pint of real ale, then everything else in the pub, including customer service, quality of food and atmosphere, are likely to be of an equally high standard.”. “We offer our customers an excellent range of real ales at all times, including those from regional brewers and microbrewers, as well as hosting our own beer festivals. “Staff at the pub work hard to ensure that the real ales on offer are kept in first-class condition at all times and the pub’s inclusion in the guide highlights this.”.

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Wetherspoon (J D) PLC (LON250:JDW) social chatter is higher than usual

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‘Food price rises are a myth’ says Wetherspoon’s boss as he announces price hike https://t.co/rSBG4GoaFZ

Thursday, September 20


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Wetherspoon (J D) PLC (LON250:JDW) article volume is higher than usual

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McDonald's, Wetherspoon and TGI Friday workers to strike together next month over 'poverty pay'

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Staff at TGI Fridays, Wetherspoon and McDonald’s are staging coordinated strikes next month to highlight issues of “poverty pay” and insecure working in the UK hospitality industry. Workers in two Wetherspoon's pubs in Brighton, McDonald's in Brixton, Crayford, Cambridge and Watford, TGI Fridays workers in Milton Keynes, Covent Garden and Stratford in London will walk out on 4 October. The hospitality sector employs around 4.5 million people - ten per cent of the UK’s working population, but workers in the sector have not traditionally organised to demand better pay and conditions, making the current strikes significant, despite their relatively small-scale. The strikers plan to convene a rally in Leicester Square on 4 October and say they will be joined by hospitality workers from across the UK as well as from four continents.

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Wetherspoon, McDonald's and TGI Fridays workers to strike

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A co-ordinated day of strike action is planned by workers at a small number of JD Wetherspoon, McDonald's and TGI Fridays outlets over pay. JD Wetherspoon said it had increased pay for workers, while McDonald's said the action was not widespread. Workers from McDonald's staged their first strike in the UK last year in a dispute over zero-hours contracts and conditions while TGI Fridays staff in Milton Keynes and Covent Garden walked out in May in a row about tips and wages . Wetherspoon said it had announced £20m-worth of pay rises last year and £27m for this year, with pub managers put on 40 hour week instead of the current 42.5 hours from April 2019.

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Wednesday, September 19


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Public Health England investigating Harrogate Wetherspoons

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Public Health England has confirmed that they are investigating reports of Harrogate Wetherspoons staff showing symptoms of norovirus, the winter vomiting bug. The branch on Parliament Street is closed until Friday morning, and Public Health England will meet tomorrow to discuss their investigation. A number of readers contacted the ‘Advertiser to say they have been feeling sick over the last few days since visiting the Wetherspoons. Dr Simon Padfield from Public Health England told the 'Advertiser: “We are aware of reports of illness associated with Harrogate Wetherspoons, and are working with the local authority to investigate, as is standard with reports of this kind.”.

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Saturday, September 15


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Wetherspoons will stop selling Jägermeister ahead of Brexit

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European drinks will be replaced with E&J Brandy (the number two selling brandy in the USA), Black Bottle (the number one selling brandy in Australia) and Strika, a herbal liqueur produced in England. PUB chain Wetherspoons will stop selling drinks including Jägermeister and French brandy by the end of this month ahead of Brexit. The company says instead they want to increase their range of drinks from UK and non-EU producers across its 880 pubs and claims the move will result in lower prices for customers. “This is a significant move by us and highlights our commitment to offering an excellent range of UK and world products, with the emphasis on quality and value for the two million customers who visit our pubs each week.

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