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  • GOT SOME NEW MATERIAL YOU WANT TO TRY OUT? WANT TO MEET LIKE MINDED ARTISTS AND COLLABORATE? OUR WEEKLY OPEN MIC NIGHT IS QUICKLY TURNING INTO THE PLACE TO BE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING, SO GIVE US A TRY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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    -RELAXED, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
    -EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL SOUND EQUIPMENT
    -HAPPY HOUR DRINKS DEALS.

    Happening on 25/01/2017

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    GOT SOME NEW MATERIAL YOU WANT TO TRY OUT? WANT TO MEET LIKE MINDED ARTISTS AND COLLABORATE? OUR WEEKLY OPEN MIC NIGHT IS QUICKLY TURNING INTO THE PLACE TO BE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING, SO GIVE US A TRY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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    -RELAXED, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
    -EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL SOUND EQUIPMENT
    -HAPPY HOUR DRINKS DEALS.

    Happening on 01/02/2017

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    GOT SOME NEW MATERIAL YOU WANT TO TRY OUT? WANT TO MEET LIKE MINDED ARTISTS AND COLLABORATE? OUR WEEKLY OPEN MIC NIGHT IS QUICKLY TURNING INTO THE PLACE TO BE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING, SO GIVE US A TRY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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    -RELAXED, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
    -EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL SOUND EQUIPMENT
    -HAPPY HOUR DRINKS DEALS.

    Happening on 08/02/2017

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    GOT SOME NEW MATERIAL YOU WANT TO TRY OUT? WANT TO MEET LIKE MINDED ARTISTS AND COLLABORATE? OUR WEEKLY OPEN MIC NIGHT IS QUICKLY TURNING INTO THE PLACE TO BE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING, SO GIVE US A TRY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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    -RELAXED, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
    -EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL SOUND EQUIPMENT
    -HAPPY HOUR DRINKS DEALS.

    Happening on 15/02/2017

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    GOT SOME NEW MATERIAL YOU WANT TO TRY OUT? WANT TO MEET LIKE MINDED ARTISTS AND COLLABORATE? OUR WEEKLY OPEN MIC NIGHT IS QUICKLY TURNING INTO THE PLACE TO BE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING, SO GIVE US A TRY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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    -RELAXED, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
    -EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL SOUND EQUIPMENT
    -HAPPY HOUR DRINKS DEALS.

    Happening on 22/02/2017

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    SUNDAYS HAVE A NASTY HABIT OF BEING NO FUN, SO TO LIVEN UP THE AFFAIR WE ARE DISCOUNTING... BIG!
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    WE KNOW THAT BEING IN CAMBRIDGE CAN BE EXPENSIVE, SO WE'VE COME UP WITH THE PERFECT SOLUTION:

    EACH AND EVERY SUNDAY, FROM 5PM, YOU CAN GET ANYTHING FROM OUR FOOD, WINE OR BEER MENU - HALF PRICE. EVERYONE IS WELCOME, AND THERE IS NO FUNNY BUSINESS. HERE ARE SOME OF THE PRICES YOU CAN EXPECT:

    BURGERS - £3.50
    BEERS - £1.80
    WINES - £4.00

    THIS IS CRAZY GOOD VALUE.

    Valid from 08/01/2017 to 26/02/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Huge pub but quite dark and dindgy.

    Reviewed on 04/07/2012

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Pint was nice however, unbranded beer glass & nozzle continually put in pint whilst being poured.

    Reviewed on 29/12/2014

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    Service with a smile but pint not poured well. Tip of tap dipped in liquid and liquid was swirled to create a head

    Reviewed on 29/10/2014

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    Great place for a wee drink.

    Reviewed on 10/09/2014

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    No branded glass and no use of pourtal

    Reviewed on 24/07/2014

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    Good pint

    Reviewed on 27/08/2011

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    15-16 The Rushes, Loughborough Southfields, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 5BE
    Amber Rooms, Loughborough

    In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Robin Hood Airport, First Avenue, Finningley, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN9 3RH

    In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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  • 40–44 Main Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G73 2HY

    In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Good range of Cask....Deuchars £1.49 wow!!

    Reviewed on 27/04/2015

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  • Come along and enjoy Burn's Night at The Anchor Hotel

    Happening on 25/01/2017

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    Join us for a special burns night supper, the evening will also involve a piper . Book now to avoid disappointment.

    Happening on 25/01/2017

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    Very good pint

    Reviewed on 29/11/2016

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    Good half but in a Black Sheep flass, need some of the new goblets

    Reviewed on 13/04/2016

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    Excellent product and service with newly refurbished snug room to enjoy it in

    Reviewed on 14/01/2016

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Bad pour

    Reviewed on 18/07/2012

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    Bad pour

    Reviewed on 18/07/2012

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Typical Wetherspoon pub. Not bad. Good cask ales.

    Reviewed on 03/04/2013

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  • Every Thursday night in the bar - £1 entry per person.

    Happening on 26/01/2017

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    Every Thursday night in the bar - £1 entry per person.

    Happening on 02/02/2017

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    Every Thursday night in the bar - £1 entry per person.

    Happening on 09/02/2017

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    Every Thursday night in the bar - £1 entry per person.

    Happening on 16/02/2017

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    Every Thursday night in the bar - £1 entry per person.

    Happening on 23/02/2017

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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    Cool, crisp

    Reviewed on 18/08/2012

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  • In time-honoured tradition, Wetherspoon’s pubs across the UK will be celebrating, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

    Pubs will be serving award-winning Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event. However, our celebrations will continue for a full eight days, from Friday 20 January until Friday 27 January, inclusive (with Burns’ Night on Wednesday 25 Jan).

    So, why not join us and raise a toast to the Bard of Ayrshire – over a plate of Scottish fare.

    Happening from 20/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

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    Fundraisers at J D Wetherspoon have shaken off the myth of 13 being an unlucky number by raising a spectacular £13 million to support young cancer patients.

    The money was raised in support of CLIC Sargent, a support charity which fights for young lives struck by cancer.

    The milestone means that fundraisers in J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are now raising as much as £1.6 million every year. The most recent million was raised in just seven months.

    Representatives of J D Wetherspoon were thanked by two teenagers who are supported by the charity: Tyler Hart and Tilly Somervell.

    Published on 03/01/2017

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