Meet our Pub Partners
The people who love what they do
AMY AND MARK at the Railway Hotel, Royton"In our 20 years in the industry with other pub companies, the assistance from all the JW Lees Brewery staff is second to none. We’ve seen our Business Development Manager more in 18 months than we did in 15 years with our previous Brewery. Extremely happy we made the move to JW Lees."
Britannia Inn, Halkyn"Working with JW Lees as a Pub Partner is terrific. We feel like a part of the wider JW Lees family and with the support that we receive, we couldn’t ask for much more."
In 2019 & 2020, JW Lees came first in KAM Media’s Licensee Index, the industry measure of major pub letting companies.
PHIL at the Ring O’ Bells, Frodsham"We have been partners with JW Lees for over 7 years and have enjoyed every minute of it. JW Lees have exactly the right balance with all their pub partners. They are trusting of our vision but are always on hand to offer advice and guidance. We particularly appreciate the personal touch that JW Lees extend to us and it's always a pleasure to see the Business Development Manager, the Head of Pub Partnerships or even one of the Lees-Jones family drop in for a visit."
The Park Inn Wythenshawe, Manchester
£7500 + VAT per annum
£226000 per annum
The Park Inn is a local community wet led pub which is well served and supported by the local community. This wet led sports pub is ideal for an enthusiastic, engaged local to ensure that the pub retains at the heart of the local community.
Cotton Tree Inn Middleton, Middleton
£5000 + VAT per annum
£164000 per annum
The Cotton Tree Inn is a small, wet-led pub at the heart of the local community and is ideal as a start-up business for a hands-on entrepreneur who can engage within the local community who will keep the pub as the "hub" of the local community.
The Railway Llangefni, Anglesey, Wales
£12000 + VAT per annum
£235000 per annum
The Railway, Llangefni is a local -sports led community pub located in the town centre of Llangefni. The Railway is uniquely built into a rock face and is a key feature of the pub! This traditional pub has recently been refurbished to a high standard and plays a key part of the local Welsh community.