Posts In Category The Daily Telegraph

Burton Bridge Inn, Burton upon Trent

on March 28, 2008 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on Burton Bridge Inn, Burton upon Trent

The beer travels 50 yards from brewery to pub tap at the Burton Bridge Inn in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire.

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The Bull, Ditchling

on August 18, 2007 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on The Bull, Ditchling

The Bull pub in Ditchling, East Sussex, serves splendid food in idyllic village surroundings.

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St Kew Inn, St Kew

on June 23, 2007 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on St Kew Inn, St Kew

The St Kew Inn in Kew, Cornwall, is a pub that serves thick steaks and premium beer as dark and complex as port.

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The Baltic Fleet, Merseyside

on January 6, 2007 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on The Baltic Fleet, Merseyside

The Baltic Fleet in Liverpool, is the only pub on Merseyside with its own brewery.

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Broadcasting’s voice in the wilderness

on April 8, 2000 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on Broadcasting’s voice in the wilderness

Ray Gosling documentaries were once a regular TV feature. Now, waiting for the bailiffs, he tells Chris Arnot why his era is over.

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Why Julie can look robbers in the eye

on May 22, 1996 by Chris Arnot in The Daily Telegraph, Comments Off on Why Julie can look robbers in the eye

Bank clerk Julie Bains had a shotgun pointed at her face. For two years shewas traumatised and unable to sleep. Nowsheworks in a jail trying to get criminals to consider the human cost of violence, reports Chris Arnot ‘Even after the ones who raided my bank were locked away, I didn’t feel safe. My mind was frozen with fear’

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