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5 September 2018 news

It’s a gold for Woking’s first 2018 Best Bar None!

The bar was raised last week when The Slug & Lettuce in Woking Town Centre became the first licenced premises, on this year’s Best Bar None scheme, to receive gold accreditation.

Spencer Varley, the premises manager, and his team, met all the essential and desirable criteria that achieves a gold level accreditation.

(From left: Sergeant KirkPatrick of Surrey Police, Cllr Debbie Harlow – Chair of Licensing Committee at Woking Borough Council, Spencer Varley Manager of Woking Slug and Lettuce, Lucy Chester Woking Street Angels and Mick McDonnell Best Bar None UK.)



18 June 2018 news

The judging phase of the premises that make the shortlist for the awards will commence on, 24 September 2018 and will last for two weeks.

The awards night will be on Tuesday 16 October 2018 from 6pm at the WWF headquarters – The Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Rd, Woking GU21 4LL

8 May 2018 news

The Best Bar None accreditation scheme was launched in Woking on Tuesday 8 May 2018 at Asahi UK Ltd’s head office in Woking Town Centre. The event was well attended by all the local partner organisations and some keen publicans eager to get started.

Woking Best Bar None is open for premnises to apply to scheme and start their accreditation process. The scheme has a team of assessors available to help premises through the various stages.

(From left: Cllr Debbie Harlow Chair of Licensing Committee at Woking Borough Council, Jade Buckland Best Bar None UK, Tom Harding Corporate Affairs Manager at Asahi UK, Cllr Graham Cundy Mayor of Woking, Emmie Harris Temporary Inspector at Surrey Police, Camilla Edmiston Community Safety Officer at Woking Borough Council, Carol Miller from Woking News & Mail.)


The exciting new Woking Best Bar None phone app will be launched at the start of July in time for the Woking Best Bar None public vote.