Couple Siobhan and Chris Humphrey took on the Red Lion in Bromley, south east London in 1993 and have run the pub ever since.
The pair said they felt “incredibly proud” to have been a part of the local community for the past three decades. They said: “Our pub has always been more than just a place to drink and eat; it’s a place where people come to socialise and create memories.
“We would like to thank our customers, staff and Greene King for their support over the years, and we look forward to many more happy years at The Red Lion!”
Food and drink offering
During their 30 years of tenure, the couple have turned the pub into a community hub. Its known for its selection of ales, which has seen it win CAMRA awards and be featured in The Good Beer Guide for 26 years in a row.
Stone-baked pizzas are also on offer at the site. In recognition of Siobhan and Chris’ dedication to the Red Lion and the local community it serves, Greene King Pub Partners Managing Director Dan Robinson presented the couple with a specially made plaque to showcase in their pub.
Time to celebrate
Greene King Pub Partners managing director Dan Robinson said: “We are thrilled to celebrate 30 years of our partnership with Siobhan and Chris at the Red Lion.
“Their commitment to serving the local community is truly inspiring. Congratulations to Siobhan and Chris on this incredible milestone. We are proud to call you our Partners and look forward to continuing our partnership with you in the years to come.”
Greene King operators some 2,600 pubs, restaurants and hotels across England, Wales and Scotland, and was founded in 1799 in Bury St. Edmunds.