Pubs: What's New / Plans & Rumours : 1999-2003

(Not counting the minor updates most months.)

December 2003

Recent changes: Sauce, Qi Lounge

November 2003

Caught up with the recent changes to pubs: Rope & Twine, Druids, Sauce, Pickerel

July 2003

Caught up with the recent changes to pubs: Baron of Beef, Bird-in-Hand, Cricketers, Dobblers Inn, Town and Gown, White Hart

December 2002

Updated Waterside and Boat House

November 2002

Added B

March 2002

Updated Slug & Lettuce.

January 2002

Added Pure.

October 2001

Updated the Hogshead and Mitre.

August 2001

Updated Spread Eagle and Hogshead.

June 2001

Added Parisa Cafe Bar.

October 2000

Recent updates: The Graduate, Bar Citrus, The Castle, The Portland, The Durham Ox.

June 2000

The Man On The Moon and the Royal Standard have been renamed back. The Castle (St Andrew's St.) is being refurbished.

May 2000

The Kingston Arms is now doing food; the Fresher & Firkin conversion to an It's a Scream is apparently about to start.

April 2000

The Bath's makeover has finished; The Man On The Moon is to make a comeback.

March 2000

The Kingston Arms has at last reopened as Lidstones' first pub.

February 2000

Chris & Debbie Lloyd are leaving The Free Press after 22 years to concentrate on The Cambridge Blue.

December 1999

The Pat & Parrot II is due to open on the 13th. The Six Bells has changed hands.

November 1999

The Alma reopened on the 17th. The Cambridge Blue is changing hands on 13th Dec. The Alex now serves real ale!

September 1999

The Regal opened on the 7th after two years of delays. There are a lot more developments to come - see The Drinking Circuit.

July 1999

It seems The Alma has been sold to Ridleys Brewery. Chambers has been rebadged as "{squiggle}ar Moosh" (Bar Moosh). The Fountain and The Dobblers had refurbs. The Cross-Keys changed hands.

June 1999

The Office and The Bath have changed hands. Updated Past Pubs & Breweries and Pubs in Cambridge Suburbs.

May 1999

The Hogshead and its sister bar The Bath Ale House are running a 25-beer beer festival from 20-May to 29-May. There's an excellent variety of small-brewery beers. The Cow & Calf is no more. The Racehorse has been boarded up by McDonalds prior to conversion. (See ALE 294 : Pub News - Cambridge)

February 1999

Updated the Free Press and Cross Keys.

January 1999

Added a link to the Portland Arms Web site.

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