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Bunkers, birdies and beer –  return of the Brakspear Golf Day

Bunkers, birdies and beer –  return of the Brakspear Golf Day

Golf lovers should be putting Friday 27 April in their diaries, as the Brakspear Golf Day returns to Henley Golf Club for a second year. Once again, the tournament is open to teams of four players from any Brakspear pub, ideally including the landlord – though that’s not essential. Only 22 teams can take part,…

Brakspear adds festive cheer to Christmas lunch

Brakspear adds festive cheer to Christmas lunch

 Brakspear helped to bring festive cheer to the annual Christmas Day Community Lunch, donating bottled beers, wine and soft drinks to the event, which was enjoyed by around 50 elderly Henley residents who would otherwise have been on their own this Christmas. Organised by over 25 volunteers from the Community Spirit Henley Volunteers group at…

Brakspear appoints Steve Head to BDM role

Brakspear appoints Steve Head to BDM role

Pub operator and brewer Brakspear has appointed Steve Head as a business development manager with responsibility for its pubs in Oxfordshire and London. Head has worked in the hospitality sector for 25 years, in a career which has taken him from barman to business development manager. He joins from Greene King Pub Partners, where he…

Pubs raise funds for Marie Curie

Pubs raise funds for Marie Curie

Our fundraising for Marie Curie has now passed £20,000.  Well done and thanks to all the pubs who have helped to reach this impressive sum. TOP 5 FUNDRAISERS Chequers, Berrick Salome £3223 Potters Arms £1585 Saracens Head £1070 Coachmakers Arms £1000 Horseshoe  £323 The Chequers at Berrick Salome raised an amazing £3,098 at their Garden…

How Marie Curie help

How Marie Curie help

Louise Stacey lost her Mum, Pat Forsyth,  to bowel cancer in 2010 and since then she has fundraised  for Marie Curie by collecting during the Great Daffodill Appeal and organising  coffee and pamper events.  She credits the Marie Curie nurses as giving her strength and making a difference to the end of her Mum’s life. …