Shepherd Neame says pubs are ‘doing well’ despite The Aviator, Sheppey, George Inn, Newnham, and The Duke of Edinburgh, Barming, closing within weeks of each other

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Shepherd Neame bosses say its pubs are “doing well” despite three of its boozers suddenly closing within weeks of each other and a number of its other premises looking for new tenants. The Aviator pub, on Sheppey, the George Inn, at Newnham, and The Duke of Edinburgh, in Barming, have all stopped serving pints within the last five weeks, with one owner saying “ever-increasing” bills forced them out of business. Known as Britain’s oldest brewery, Faversham-based Shepherd Neame has a portfolio of 300 pubs across the South East. One of those is The Duke of Edinburgh, formerly known as Rockin Robi…

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