Bromley’s bars and pubs are Best Bar None
PUBLISHED: 11:10 16 November 2012
A host of Bromley’s bars and pubs were commended for good practise at a celebratory event last week hosted by Bromley Council and borough police.
The Best Bar None scheme looks at the design and supervision of bars, as well as issues such as crime prevention and outside smoking areas.
A total of 14 premises were handed awards by Bromley mayor Cllr Michael Turner at the Civic Centre, including The Crooked Billet, in Southborough Lane, and Ye Olde Whyte Lion, in Farnborough Common.
Cllr Tim Stevens, chairman of the safer Bromley partnership, said: “Being accredited under the Best Bar None Scheme is something that you should be rightly proud of.
“It’s a great opportunity for you to be recognised for your high standards of management and the positive contribution you make to Bromley’s night time economy.”
The scheme offers awards for small, medium and large premises - with the overall category winners being announced at the Safety Bromley Awards in March next year.
The full list of bars and pubs receiving accreditation:
The Greyhound, High Street, Bromley
Henry’s Café Bar, Ringers Road, Bromley
TP’s, High Street, Bromley
Railway Hotel, Red Lodge Road, West Wickham
Crooked Billet, Southborough Lane, Bromley
Toby Carvery, Upper Elmers End Road, Beckenham
The Harvest Moon, High Street, Orpington
The Slug and Lettuce, High Street, Bromley
The Crown Toby Carvery, Bromley Common, Bromley
Royal Oak, High Street, Green St Green
Ye Olde Whyte Lion, Farnborough Common, Locksbottom
The Woodman, High Street, Farnborough
The Compass, Widmore Road, Bromley
Change of Horses, High Street, Farnborough
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