They’re the lifeblood of Plymouth’s pubs – without them it just wouldn’t be the same. A good landlord is the reason why many make the trip to their local for drinks, banter and all sorts of chat about life. There’s a whole raft of men and women all over the city working flat out each day to ensure customers come and go with a smile. We’ve spoken to a number of characters in 2018 at the helm of some of Plymouth’s most cherished venues. They each have a cracking story or two to tell – and give a fascinating insight into the life and times of the people they meet and work with. Here we shine a light on the most memorable faces we came across on our journey to pubs all around Plymouth this year. Natasha Smith – The Fortescue It surely can’t be easy commanding the pumps at Plymouth’s most decorated pub. The Fortescue has been dubbed the city’s best ale house for years. It was tragically rocked by the death of well known publican Steve Smith in 2017 following his battle with cancer. But his determined wife Natasha has carried on ensuring the pub remains a huge… Read full this story
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