The Journal’s Pub Spy has seen some strange things around the city lately – including a bizarre biro drawing on a woman’s leg.
Pub Spy reveals how customer wrote bizarre online review about a Canterbury boozer.
The Canterbury Journal’s Pub Spy believes that two big factors lie at the heart of a modern lifestyle revolution.
When the Canterbury Journal’s Pub Spy wanted to put salt on his food at a friend’s house, it provoked unintended consequences.
Rob Wheatley and Sam Harris are producing a unique twist on the classic English roast.
Manager says he was forced to act after fearing that “implement may have been involved”.
As the government recommends a new limit for stakes on fixed odds betting terminals, Pub Spy recalls his time working in a Canterbury bookie’s.
Darts is brilliant. And its appeal is increasingly universal, says Pub Spy.
Paying to eat in strangers’ homes is the latest popular dining experience in the capital. And so-called supper clubs are now appearing in east Kent.
But despite its increasing use, there are many who don’t want the drug made legal.
This old-fashioned boozer shouts tradition, Britain and a decent pint, says the Journal’s resident Pub Spy.
When it comes to social drinking, some people are just far too tight. Pub Spy investigates.
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