Great British Pub Awards 2010: photos

By Ewan Turney

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Re-live all the excitement from the Great British Pub Awards 2010 through our online gallery of pictures.

The Battlesteads in Wark-on-Tyne, Northumberland, owned by Richard and Dee Slade, was crowned Great British Pub of the Year as hundreds enjoyed the party.

The couple also won the Green Pub of the Year award. The judges were full of admiration for Richard and Dee Slade's dedication towards making Battlesteads as environmentally friendly as possible.

The freehouse was the first pub to have a carbon-neutral biomass boiler, which has cut heating costs from £22,000 per annum to just £3,500, demonstrating that going green is good for the wallet as well as the environment.

The PMA Team, editor of The Morning Advertiser, said: "The Great British Pub of the Year award is the ultimate accolade in our industry, given to licensees at the top of their game. Richard and Dee's exceptional talent, determination and passion put them ahead of the other excellent finalists and they should be very proud of their win."

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