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The India Shop Christmas warehouse sale: 15 & 16 October
Dynamic shopping centre management is essential to the future of the shopping centre industry, delegates at the 2011 International Council of Shopping Centres’ (ICSC) Czech Slovak Retail Real Estate Conference heard. Speaker after speaker warned of the dangers of complacency.
If they look carefully, former customers of the Three Tuns at Wroughton, who are NOT fans of Swindon Town Football Club, might recognise the bar at the football club’s brand new Away bar.
Shopping centre management and tenants get closer
Arkell’s Brewery has installed two new fermenters, bringing the total investment into new equipment at the Swindon-based brewery to around £1/2 million over the last five years.
At 8.30 on September 5th David Walliams, TV comedian and actor extraodinaire, kissed wife Lara Stone goodbye and stepped into The Thames at The Riverside Pub, Lechlade, cheered on by more than 1000 wellwishers. Over 8 days he will swim 140 miles to London, getting out under the shadow of Big Ben on Monday 12 September. He aims to swim for around 8-10 hours a day, covering around 20 miles a day. Arkell’s Brewery, which owns The Riverside, provided over 50 crew and supporters with food and drink and Andrew Cutler, local butcher, cooked hundreds of bacon sandwiches to keep everyone fed.
More than £100,000 has been pumped into the historic Bull Hotel at Fairford by owners Arkell’s Brewery and although the brewery thinks that no one may notice when they first walk in, the directors and landlord Mark Dudley don’t mind a bit.