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The owners of a popular and well-known pub are due in court in Derby this afternoon to face charges of failing to comply with hygiene regulations. Phillip Mee and Nicholas Rodgers have been charged with 12 counts of contravening or failing to comply with EU Hygiene Regulations at the Hurt Arms, in Ambergate. It alleged that the offences took place between December 2015 and August 2016. Mee, 44, of St Johns Place, Mansfield and Rodgers 54, of Crowhill Drive, also in Mansfield, are scheduled...


















Owners of the Hurt Arms, in Ambergate, due in court over hygiene...


Article Published On 25/05/2017 12:17:00
Published By Derby Telegraph | View The Full News Article

The owners of a popular and well-known pub are due in court in Derby this afternoon to face charges of failing to comply with hygiene regulations. Phillip Mee and Nicholas Rodgers have been charged with 12 counts of contravening or failing to comply with EU Hygiene Regulations at the Hurt Arms, in Ambergate. It alleged that the offences took place between December 2015 and August 2016. Mee, 44, of St Johns Place, Mansfield and Rodgers 54, of Crowhill Drive, also in Mansfield, are scheduled...


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