The UK’s leading pub retailer, Greene King, and youth charity The Prince’s Trust have confirmed plans to deliver further employability programmes together as they enter the third year of their partnership.
After one of the best World Cups in recent memory, Greene King Pub Partners is now in full swing with its Festival of Summer campaign, aiming to build on the tournament’s momentum to give customers a host of reasons to continue visiting Greene King’s leased and tenanted pubs this summer.
Greene King has rebranded a London pub to back England striker Harry Kane, by changing its name to The Golden Boot.
Greene King visited Westminster on 21 June to celebrate Suffolk Day in Parliament.
Research into consumers’ habits towards the biggest football event of the year this summer unveiled that more than half of British adults plan to watch an England game at a pub, according to research conducted by Greene King.
Helping pubs achieve their goal of a first-class start to the summer was the name of the game when Greene King Pub Partners travelled around the country ahead of this summer’s football extravaganza, unveiling its Mission to Russia promotional support.
The team behind a Suffolk pub and restaurant are celebrating after winning a national prize for their excellent accommodation.
Greene King has today announced raising an incredible £4 million for its charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support, to help support people living with cancer.
Greene King’s limited edition Vintage Heritage Fine Ale has been shortlisted for the Prize of the Jury 2018 at the Monde 2018 World Quality Selections.
Two of Greene King’s operating board members will swap their business suits for running gear as they take on the Virgin Money London Marathon in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
More than 150 pubs have signed up to a digital solutions service launched last year by Greene King Pub Partners to help them boost their online presence.
Greene King announces its pre-close trading statement.
Today, members of the Cornish Pirates rugby team solidified their status as the Supporters’ Supporter as they embarked on a mission to help clean Cornwall’s beaches.
Life for a Business Development Manager is fast-paced with regular journeys from pub to pub, but for 53-year-old Graeme Marley, taking a trip back to the classroom was not only a change of routine but something that exceeded all his expectations.