Beaufort Securities Initiates Coverage on Punch Taverns plc
Shares of Punch Taverns plc traded up 0.20% during mid-day trading on Monday, hitting GBX 11.022.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Campaigners say they will fight Stourport village Tesco
Buy this photo PUB THREAT: Areley Kings' Londis Pantry Stores assistant manager Richard Taylor and residents Mark and Debbie Bywater.
MP praises Otley pub's new look
The Yew Tree Inn, Otley , has re-opened after a two-week revamp by owners Punch Taverns and licensees Barry and Linda Tomlinson.
Pub firm in a renewed bid to pass debt deal
Bosses at Punch Taverns, based in Centrum 100, spoke out as it continues to battle to reach consensual deal with all investors over a plan to restructure its mammoth 3 billion debt pile.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Popular New Forest pub the Landford Poacher on the market for A 395,000
Punch Taverns has put the Landford Poacher on the market for A 395,000 and the south Wiltshire watering hole and restaurant is currently vacant.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Renamed hotel gets a major overhaul
TWENTY jobs are being created through the re-opening of a hotel in Aberdeenshire, which is being transformed through a joint investment of more than 600,000 by north-east publican and restaurateur Martin Young and Punch Taverns.
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East Anglia: Punch Taverns boss urges creditors to agree a deal to avert default
Pub owner Punch Taverns today repeated its warning that it faces the prospect of default unless creditors agree to a restructuring of its debt.
Top politico in 'gone bust' gaffe over town pub giant
BOSSES at a Burton-based pub giant have called for face-to-face talks with a Government minister after he revealed that he thought the firm had 'gone bust' in a conversation with the town's MP.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Official reopening of revamped Yew Tree in Otley
A revamped Otley pub will be officially reopened tonight, Thursday. The Yew Tree, on Newall Carr Road, has been given a complete, multi-thousand pound refurbishment over the past two weeks.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Here's to future success' as refurbished pub opened by Ilkley MP
At the reopening of the Robin Hood pub in Silsden after its refurbishment, from left, licensee Sue Robinson, MP Kris Hopkins and licensee Darren Robinson Ilkley and Keighley MP Kris Hopkins had a taste of life behind bars to celebrate a Silsden pub getting back in business.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Alrewas pub gets 250k revamp and creates 15 new jobs
BASED pub giant has spent 250,000 revamping a village pub - creating 15 new jobs in the process.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
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Pub regulars enjoy one of their last pints
Campaigners are calling on Merton Council to save their pub from being developed into a supermarket or block of flats.
Maldon and Burnham Standard: CAMRA members and pub supporters
Campaigners won a bid to have their pub listed as a community asset - only to find a sale had been confirmed on the same day.
Keighley MP helps out at relaunch
Kris Hopkins MP, centre, with Robin Hood licensees, Sue and Darren Robinson, at the pub's re-opening following refurbishment But he tried his hand behind the bar at the Robin Hood in Silsden when he visited the pub to celebrate its reopening following refurbishment.
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City Spy: Cawdron the jobs juggler has a rest
So farewell Peter Cawdron, once one of the City's busiest non-executive directors.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
IHG Makes Changes to Board
David Kappler will retire from the IHG board and his role as an independent non-executive director of IHG effective May 31. Kappler, who was appointed to IHG's board in 2004, will step down as chairman of the audit committee effective April 1, and will be replaced by Ian Dyson, a director of IHG and a member of IHG's Audit, Remuneration and ... (more)
VIDEO: Newbold pub reopens after A 300,000 makeover
The pub officially reponed on February 7 and there was a grand reopening event on Friday following the joint investment of A 300,000 by leaseholder Simon Parkes in partnership with Punch Taverns.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Victory is hailed in campaign to reject Cromwell - warts and all - on pub sign
Oliver Cromwell , Lord Protector of England, circa 1640. Original Artwork: From a drawing attributed to Samuel Cooper.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Shareholders in Punch Taverns face being wiped out
Problems: Senior creditors are thrashing out their own plans and say they are confident a deal can be agreed between all the lenders and borrowers Shareholders in Punch Taverns, Britain's second-largest pubs group, face being wiped out under a fresh restructuring plan from lenders.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Love could be in the air as the Yorkshire Rose reopens tomorrow, Valentine's Day.
The pub, formerly the Rose and Crown, has had A 200,000 invested in it by the new leaseholders, Steven and Angela Gray and Punch Taverns, one of the UK's leading pub companies.