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Marston's is to create up to 60 jobs at a new pub due to open at Clay Cross in Derbyshire this summer.
Marston's is to looking to expand its 1,700-strong pub chain with 20 new sites by October, with the first six due to open in Boston, Newport, Hastings, Clay Cross, Welwyn Garden City and Isle of Sheppey.
Marston's is planning to invest £12m per year in the expansion of its pub chain across Scotland.
Marston's is to build four new warehouses at its brewery in Burton, providing space for 13,500 pallets.
Marston's is planning to expand its Wolverhampton-based chain of 1,600 pubs with the creation of 1,250 jobs over the next year.
Marston's is to acquire the beer division of Lancashire-based Daniel Thwaites for £25m, with the transfer of 150 sales and marketing staff.
Marston's is to rebuild its headquarters at Chapel Ash in Wolverhampton, with the temporary relocation of 500 staff to Coniston House.
Marston's is planning to open about five new pubs a year in Scotland, in a £15m annual investment that will create more than 200 jobs.
Marston's is planning to create 3,000 jobs at its Wolverhampton-based chain of pub restaurants over the next two years.
Marston's has sold 202 pubs to NewRiver Retail for £90m, including 158 community pubs from its Taverns estate.
Marston's Inns & Taverns is looking to open up to 25 new rotisserie and carvery sites next year.
Marston's is to invest £7.4m in the expansion of the bottling line at its brewery in Burton this summer, with the creation of 15 jobs.
Marston's is planning to expand its chain of 2,100 pubs with 20 new premium sites over the next year.
Marston's is planning to expand its chain of 105 Welsh pubs with the creation of 150 jobs this year.
Marston's is planning to expand into Scotland by opening up to five pub restaurants a year, with each site creating about 50 jobs.
Marston's is planning to open up to 25 new pubs over the next year.
Marston's is planning to create about 1,000 new jobs in 2012, as part of an expansion programme that will include 25 new-build pubs.
Marston's is planning to expand its chain of 2,150 pubs by opening 25 new pub-restaurant sites this year.
Marston's Pub Company is to relocate 60 support jobs from Burton-upon-Trent to Wolverhampton later this year.
Marston's is planning to open 20 new pub-restaurants in 2011 and 25 in 2012, but up to 100 tenanted pubs could close.
Marston's is to create 30 new jobs at the Banks's brewery in Wolverhampton in October, in order to start producing Tetley's bitter.
Marston's is to raise £176m in a share issue to fund the expansion of its chain of 2,200 pubs with up to 25 new outlets a year.
Marston's has acquired Refresh, the owner of the Wychwood Brewery in Oxfordshire, for undisclosed terms.
Marston's has acquired Ringwood Brewery, the Hampshire-based brewery with seven pubs, for £19m.
Marston's is to sell 279 tenanted pubs to Piccadilly Licensed Properties for £82m, in order to reduce debt and improve the average quality of its estate.
Marston's is to acquire Sovereign Inns, the Leicester-based chain of 33 tenanted pubs, for £19m.
Marston's has acquired Eldridge Pope, the Dorset-based chain of 135 pubs, for £155m, taking its total estate to 2,485 outlets.