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Wetherspoon is always in the news! Check out some of the recent articles about us below.
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When The Master Mariner opened in New Brighton, earlier this year, pub manager Stephanie Nolan enlisted the help of local employment services to find suitable staff.
The Rann Wartha, in St Austell, was presented with an award by charity Action for Blind People, recognising good practice in employing a partially sighted person. The ‘See the Capability, not the Disability’ award followed a nomination made by the pub’s employee Sarah Reynolds.
Pub managers Darren and Jenny Westwood, at The Glass House, are delighted with the success of one particular member of their team.
Wetherspoon graduates are pictured at Leeds Metropolitan University with its chancellor Sir Bob Murray CBE.
Six hundred and seventy nine Wetherspoon pubs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have gained the maximum five-star rating in the Food Standards Authority (FSA) Food Hygiene Rating Scheme, which highlights hygiene standards in pubs and restaurants.
Mark Tanner, pub manager at The Figure of Eight, in Birmingham, has been recognised for his efforts in promoting good practice and safety through the pubwatch scheme.
Wetherspoon has been named as the leading pub chain for children’s meals.
Mick Murphy and Rhoda Thompson, pub managers at The Counting House, are great advocates of the adage: if you are good enough, you’re old enough.
The initiative, called High Street Champions, sees Wetherspoon (and other leading companies, including Boots UK, Marks & Spencer and Lloyds Banking Group) matched to a town centre in need of regeneration.
Wetherspoon is the highest-ranked pub operator in Britain’s Top Employers 2013.