Pubs

Chequer Inn Pub bought by the community for the community

2018-07-24T09:18:57+00:00

Applications for shares have come from around the world, from Alaska to Australia, via North Carolina, Scotland and Yorkshire. This reflects the movement of residents who hold fond memories of Ash and the Chequers at the heart of their ‘Home village’.

Chequer Inn Pub bought by the community for the community2018-07-24T09:18:57+00:00

First community-owned pub in West Sussex set to open after £300,000 campaign

2018-07-24T09:15:11+00:00

The Half Moon Inn at Balcombe was put up for sale on the open market in April 2016 by Enterprise Inns. After word spread about the alarming prospect of losing the beloved village pub, a working committee was formed to investigate the

First community-owned pub in West Sussex set to open after £300,000 campaign2018-07-24T09:15:11+00:00

Communities encouraged to apply for support following extension of £3.85m ‘More than a Pub’ Programme

2018-07-24T09:10:46+00:00

More than a Pub: The Community Pub Business Support Programme was launched in March 2016 as a two-year programme

Communities encouraged to apply for support following extension of £3.85m ‘More than a Pub’ Programme2018-07-24T09:10:46+00:00

Essex Village Pub celebrates becoming community-owned following £300,000 campaign

2018-07-24T09:10:09+00:00

The Kings Head in Pebmarsh was put up for sale by the owners who retired in September 2016, meaning the pub ceased trading. As the only remaining pub in the village, this news hit the local community hard. A number of locals soon rallied together and set up the Friends of the Kings Head group with the objective of re-opening the Kings Head as a community-owned pub.

Essex Village Pub celebrates becoming community-owned following £300,000 campaign2018-07-24T09:10:09+00:00

Staffordshire local set to become community-owned following £200,000 campaign

2018-07-24T09:09:49+00:00

The Auctioneers Arms in Caverswall closed its doors in August 2016 and was sold to a property developer, who planned to build houses upon the site. When locals heard of this news, they formed a working committee to investigate the prospect of community purchase and registered it as an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

Staffordshire local set to become community-owned following £200,000 campaign2018-07-24T09:09:49+00:00