What is the biggest Wetherspoons in the UK?

What is the biggest Wetherspoons in the UK?

The Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate is the biggest Wetherspoons in the UK (Image: KentLive)1 of 6.

Why is Wetherspoons called Wetherspoons?

For the first month of trading, it was called Martin’s Free House – after its owner, Wetherspoon’s founder and chairman Tim Martin. Then, early in the new year of 1980, the pub was renamed Wetherspoons, after Tim’s teacher, who’d taught him at school, when he lived in New Zealand.

Who owns Wetherspoons?

Tim Martin
Jones interviewed Wetherspoon founder and chairman Tim Martin at The Last Post, the company’s Southend-on-Sea pub. Jones went on to release a heavily-edited video, in which, Mr Martin says, he completely misrepresented Wetherspoon’s pay and employment practices.

How much is the owner of Wetherspoons worth?

You won’t be surprised to hear that Tim is worth a bob or two. His net worth stands at £448million.

Where is the smallest Wetherspoons?

The smallest wetherspoons in England – The Banker’s Draft, London Traveller Reviews – Tripadvisor.

What is the smallest pub in England?

The Nutshell
About The Nutshell With a bar that measures just 15ft by 7ft, The Nutshell proudly holds the title of smallest pub in Britain as confirmed in the Guinness Book of Records.

Why don’t they play music in Wetherspoons?

Astute pub goers may have noticed that there is no music playing behind the hubbub of chatty punters. Founder Tim Martin decided against playing tunes after reading an article by George Orwell, which claimed that a perfect pub would be free from any background music.

Why are Wetherspoons called Moon?

6 High Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8SH. Several Wetherspoon pubs have ‘moon’ in their name, linking them with George Orwell’s ideal pub. The famous writer called his fictitious pub ‘Moon Under Water’. It was demolished in c1885 to make way for a purpose-built post office which served Boston until 1907.

Why is Wetherspoons food so cheap?

Because Wetherspoons pubs are able to sell their alcohol stock’s so quickly they are able to buy high percentages of alcohol close to it’s use by date for a cheaper price and sell it all through it’s 100s of pubs in the uk.

Why do Wetherspoons not play music?

Where does the owner of Wetherspoons live?

Martin is married to Felicity, whom he met while at university; they have four children and live in Exeter, Devon.

Do Wetherspoons own the buildings?

Cheap booze. Unlike most other pubs, Wetherspoons are free houses and are not owned by breweries. This means that the company owns their own buildings and they do not have to buy alcohol from specific breweries charging high prices.