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The Twelve Tellers

TIER THREE pubs remain open

Our pubs remain open, operating within the latest government guidelines, opening from 8am daily for breakfast, tea, coffee and soft drinks. From 11.30am, when the full food menu is available, we can serve beers, wines, spirits and other alcoholic drinks, but only to accompany meals. We ask that customers help to keep themselves, others and our team safe by following these COVID-19 rules.

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Wetherspoon News

“The situation with regard to pubs has been widely misunderstood. For example, Professor Hugh Pennington, of Aberdeen University, has said, without scientific evidence, that pubs are “dangerous places to be” (Daily Express, 14 August). This sort of negative view about pubs may have been fuelled by inaccurate press headlines." - Tim Martin

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Real Ale Price Reductions and Stay Out to Help Out

Wetherspoon has reduced the price of a pint of real ale, Ruddles will cost £1.29, Doom Bar £1.49 and Abbot Ale and guest ales £1.69 (all prices are per pint and prices may vary per pub). The promotion is running alongside the Stay Out to Help Out scheme which was launched on the 1 September.

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Visiting our pubs – latest information

For your frequently asked questions, about how our pubs are operating, find the answers here.

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The press plays a vital role – but don’t believe everything you read

Some journalists apply more spin than a Shane Warne googly and more venom than a Waqar Younis yorker

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Wetherspoon News Autumn 2020