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It's from the York City Council licensing Code of Conduct , and I once saw a mass brawl break out amongst a group of retired train drivers in a pub in a different area where the youngest was 62 so you can't always tell who's going to kick off!
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A party had an interesting time in there, just before Xmas on a quiet Monday afternoon.

Four people in the place and 15 walked in, 10 in their 60's and 5 in their 50's. All turned out because the party was greater than 10 people !!!!!

The norm for all Sam Smiths pubs now?

How about when a football team calls back or a group of regulars sit together on an evening or a Sunday.

The man moves in mysterious way's.

Not heard of this before?
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A party had an interesting time in there, just before Xmas on a quiet Monday afternoon.

Four people in the place and 15 walked in, 10 in their 60's and 5 in their 50's. All turned out because the party was greater than 10 people !!!!!

The norm for all Sam Smiths pubs now?

How about when a football team calls back or a group of regulars sit together on an evening or a Sunday.

The man moves in mysterious way's.
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General Discussion / MANAGERS ON THE MOVE
« Last post by HARROGATE BILL on Mar 8 - 2017 »
Two pubs closed at the moment for whatever reason:

The Burns in YORK, closed and asking for part-time bar staff and a part-time chef.

Glittering Star in DARLINGTON closed and its believed interviewing for a Manager soon.
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General Discussion / Star and Garter
« Last post by bigjim on Mar 8 - 2017 »
We all know rumour is a fact of life in relation to this very strange company, so here's what I've just heard from a fairly reliable source - the long-boarded-up Star and Garter pub next to the Duncan on Boar Lane Leeds is at last going to reopen using the cellar of the Duncan. A recent site visit confirms absolutely no sign of work starting, but if it's true, you heard it here first!   
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Centurion.....
Fosters and Walkers?
Why?
(Wetherspoons!)

Sorry 'Jack', just a tongue in cheek query, to his nibs. When asked for his contribution to the planned documentary. http://samsmiths.info/forum/Smileys/animated/smiley-excited002.gif
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General Discussion / Re: 1982 brewery video
« Last post by JohnBoy on Mar 6 - 2017 »
@ OnTheDrink & jackrussel, pleased to be of some help.  Fingers crossed, it's been up on YouTube for two months now ;D
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General Discussion / Re: 1982 brewery video
« Last post by jackrussel on Mar 5 - 2017 »
Thanks very much Jonboy, I have it now. Where's my time machine......
Why on earth he should keep getting this pulled, (if 'tis he, indeed) he should feel proud of what he has, not try to hide it.
And bring back the signing (not using the modern term 'branding', note), in exactly the style it was, no hanging baskets, fake modern pendant lamps or up/downlighters and the like. He knows what I mean! It would credit the firm and the man.
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General Discussion / Re: Thank You Message - Agar Arms
« Last post by jackrussel on Mar 5 - 2017 »
These are the sort of posts I want to see every time on this forum.
And I heartily second that!
Come on H, a little goes a long way.
(But not too little, eh?)
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Centurion.....
Fosters and Walkers?
Why?
(Wetherspoons!)
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