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Debt restructured: Shepherd Neame's new financial structure will allow Britain's oldest brewer to 'take advantage of opportunities in the sector'

Shepherd Neame restructures debt

By Stuart Stone

The brewer and operator behind 321 pubs across Kent and the south-east announced a new and extended financing structure on 31 October.

Oakman Inns' chief executive and founder Peter Borg-Neal said the pubco had made

Sales growth of 8.5% for Oakman Inns

By Emily Hawkins

Oakman Inns has reported a like-for-like sales growth of 8.5%, with the pubco’s performance exceeding its forecasts for the year to date.

Branching out: Red Oak Taverns will expand across the country and refinance its existing debt

Red Oak Taverns receives £42m bank loan

By Emily Hawkins

OakNorth bank has handed Red Oak Taverns a multimillion-pound boost to help it expand across the country and refinance its existing debt.

Charity partnership: (l-r) Shepherd Neame's Jonathan Neame, Sarah Pullen, Sheps Giving committee member Moray Neame and Ben Pullen

Shepherd Neame announces first charity of the year

By Stuart Stone

Kent-based brewer and operator Shepherd Neame has named the Silas Pullen Fund as its first charity of the year, as part of the relaunch of the Sheps Giving arm of the business.

Unexpected: Revolution Bars blamed factors outside its control for a £3.6m loss in its full-year results (Image: Evelyn Simak, Geograph)

Revolution Bars Group suffers £3.6m loss

By Emily Hawkins

Revolution Bars has blamed periods of extreme weather and England’s unexpected football success for a £3.6m loss in its full-year results.