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A Moorlands village pub has been recognised for being run by the same family over the past 100 years.

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A Moorlands village pub has been recognised for being run by the same family over the past 100 years.
The Anchor at Teanford dates back hundreds of years and has been a public house for most, if not all, of its life – and it has been owned and managed by the same family for 100 years come September this year.
Current landlord Mark Deaville was recently presented with a special award, in recognition of this milestone, year by Simon Ardron who is the chairman of Uttoxeter and District Campaign For Real Ale (CAMRA) sub branch.
Simon has also recently presented a special award to The Talbot in Alton which has been reopened after undergoing a major refurbishment.
With the presentation of these latest awards by the CAMRA branch, Simon said that it “proves that good pubs can and will survive.”
He added: “If we look back over the last couple of years we have seen a number of pubs reopen, and whilst we have seen a few close, I think that there is a bright future for the pubs in the area and a joyful outlook for the real ale fans and pub goers alike.”

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