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Success at Birmingham Best Bar None

Mitchells & Butlers, the UK's leading operator of managed pubs and pub restaurants, this week celebrated two awards at the inaugural Birmingham Best Bar None Awards.

The Old Contemptibles on Edmund Street was named Best City Centre Pub and the Junction in Harborne won the award for Best Suburban Pub at the event, hosted at the ICC.

A further eleven Mitchells & Butlers' pubs and bars were also accredited at the awards:

Fighting Cocks, Moseley
The Country Girl, Selly Oak
The Gun Barrels, Edgbaston
The Red Lion, Kings Heath
Brasshouse, Broad Street
O'Neill's, Broad Street
Flares, Broad Street
Reflex, Broad Street
RB's Reflex, Sutton Coldfield
Yenton, Birmingham
Great Stone, Northfield

Mike Bramley, managing director of pubs and bars, Mitchells & Butlers, commented: "The teams working at all of the pubs, bars and venues located across Birmingham play an important role in providing a safe, enjoyable evening's entertainment for many local people. It's extremely pleasing to see so many of our people recognised in this way, which is testament to all of their continued hard work."

Overall representatives from 31 short-listed premises across the city - from more than 130 that expressed an interest - attended the event, along with all 57 accredited venues which received accreditation certificates.

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