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General Discussion / Re: Checks
« Last post by OnTheDrink on Aug 21 - 2017 »
Simple question. Do Samuel Smiths check out for CCJ's ? :-\

I'd be very surprised if they have any unsatisfied CCJs. Most large companies have had judgements against them after disputes end up in court but it's only relevant if they don't pay. You can check here https://www.trustonline.org.uk/search-others
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Totally agree, was in a SS pub this afternoon and was disappointed the bar staff didn't do anything when faced with a customer who was a) having a conversation which starts it's me not you, b) drunk and c) started to get vocal with innocent customers.  Thankfully as this is large pub with plenty of rooms I was able to move.   Other customers on reading the no swearing policy couldn't understand why SS have it when they don't cater for the child market.  To me we know the rules, we have choices and if you want to swear go elsewhere....
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Swearing landlady - Yewtree
« Last post by Bozzy on Aug 18 - 2017 »
I know a landlord that owns/runs his own pub.

He has a strict no swearing policy, to the extent that a well known 60's singer came into his establishment and was swearing a lot.

The landlord took his glass off him, poured it down the sink and gave him his money back, and ordered him out of the pub.

The well known 60's "pop star" then tried the "do you know who I am", the landlord reply was, I do not care who you are, but you are now bared from using that language so go away and never come back.

I do get that well timed swearing has comedy value, but agree with this landlords policy.

I personally get sick and tired with chavs swearing in public places like this. So I actually support the Sam Smiths swearing policy.

To be clear, the example I am using above is a private owned pub, and has a serious roaring trade, so a no swearing policy works.



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General Discussion / Re: Tadcaster Flood Progress
« Last post by Melanie Starkey on Aug 18 - 2017 »
Think this is the plan Humphrey has had in the pipeline since I started going out with my husband (25 years in December since we met at the works xmas party).  Sainsbury's and some houses built on Wighill Lane alas the other houses badly needed in the area are yet to be built.  Probably would be at risk of flooding....
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Swearing landlady - Yewtree
« Last post by Clashman on Aug 18 - 2017 »
Stopping swearing in pubs is impossible ,it's like stopping 99's in ice cream cones it ain't going to happen
most people don't swear abusively but when someone disowns the common language that is inoffensive
to most people today you have to think we have taken a step backwards..swearing is a useful tool when
used correctly and it isn't rife and it was rarely a problem in any Samuel Smith pub before the ban began
i.m.h.o. B.W.G.A F. :()
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General Discussion / Checks
« Last post by Clashman on Aug 17 - 2017 »
Simple question. Do Samuel Smiths check out for CCJ's ? :-\
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General Discussion / Re: Tadcaster Flood Progress
« Last post by bitterboy on Aug 17 - 2017 »
This is a plan of samuel smiths proposed development in Tadcaster from before the flood,(yet to be granted permission),i suspect most if not all of the houses would also have been flooded!.

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General Discussion / Re: Tadcaster Flood Progress
« Last post by OldBreweryDrinker on Aug 16 - 2017 »
Hi all,

Haven't been to Taddy for a while, and didn't know that the Brit and the Falcon were closed.

Whatever happened to Sandra and her Hubby at the Falcon?

Britannia has been shut since the floods in 2015 i think.Falcon shut since the last relief left in June I think.

Malcolm & Sandra left the Falcon ages ago,Sandra started at the cafe,not seen her in Tadcaster lately.Malcolm was at the bookmakers.Not seen either for a while.

Humphrey has several pubs,buildings left derelict for many many years. 
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General Discussion / Re: Tadcaster Flood Progress
« Last post by Melanie Starkey on Aug 16 - 2017 »
Can only imagine why he wants to flatten the Falcon.  H already has ample land in Tadcaster doing nothing but gathering dust/falling to pieces. 
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General Discussion / Re: Tadcaster Flood Progress
« Last post by Owen on Aug 16 - 2017 »
Hi all,

Haven't been to Taddy for a while, and didn't know that the Brit and the Falcon were closed.

Whatever happened to Sandra and her Hubby at the Falcon?
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