We welcome you to a world of exploration under the wonderful and peculiar concepts of The Oast House, The Botanist, The Smugglers Cove, The Trading House and The Club House; offering curious cocktails, world-famous beers and ales and food from the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. Live music every night guarantees an adventure like no other. The stories of our journey are told here...

THE NEW WORLD TRADING COMPANY SETS NEW RECORD AT THE PUBLICAN AWARDS 2017

In the words of TV presenter and The Publican Award compere, Jonathan Ross, “Maybe New World Trading Company can just move their table upon to the stage.” Last night, The New World Trading Company (NWTC) set a new record at The Publican Awards 2017 by winning a staggering SIX accolades, more than any other pub […]

New World Trading Company wins Best Use of Technology at RROTY

The Retailers’ Retailer of the Year Awards, took place at London’s Guildhall last night to recognise and reward the leading lights of the UK’s eating and drinking out sector. The New World Trading company were delighted to be crowned winner of the Best Use of Technology for its internal staff app, Tribes. Simon Stenning, Executive […]

NEW WORLD TRADING COMPANY AWARDED SUNDAY TIMES BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR

Award-winning pub firm grows portfolio but staff development still remains a priority New World Trading Company (‘NWTC’), has been awarded a place in ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies’ 2017, as the 10th best organisation to work for in the UK. The incredible achievement relies upon the NWTC employees’ responses to the Sunday Times survey for […]

The Botanist Serves Up Ultimate Night-In for Good Samaritan

Popular Birmingham bar, The Botanist took its renowned experience of cocktails, live music and dining to the home of one lucky local this weekend – to conclude its Blue Monday campaign that brought a smile to city residents throughout the gloomy month of January. The Temple Street bar and restaurant rewarded Nichola Chick from Tamworth […]

The Botanist Raises Over £5700 For Barnardo’s

Manchester, Alderley and Knutsford branches raised £5719 for the children’s charity via events and a special cocktail By Manchester Confidential THE Botanist restaurants in Manchester, Alderley and Knutsford have raised more than £5,700 to support vulnerable children in the region. Staff at the botany-themed chain carried out a number of fundraising events, as well as […]

Knutsford Company Wins National Amazon Growing Business Award

By Hospitality & Catering News A Cheshire-based pub company has won a prestigious Amazon Growing Business Award at a national ceremony in London. The Cheshire company saw off competition from hundreds of entrepreneurs and businesses from across the UK to claim the top prize. Knutsford-based The New World Trading Company won the Mid-Sized Company (Turnover […]

Smugglers Cove Crowned UK’s Best Rum Bar

By Bar Team The Smugglers Cove at Liverpool’s Albert Dock has been crowned the home of the UK’s best rum list. The New World Trading Company pub has been awarded Rums Drink List of the Year in the Imbibe Drinks List of the Year 2016 awards, held in association with Mixxit. The 19th century listed […]

The Botanist York Is Open

By The Press YORK’S newest bar is complete, and is about to open. The Botanist in Stonegate is in part of the premises formerly occupied by Mulberry Hall. A preview evening was held on Wednesday, ahead of the official opening next Monday. This weekend, the pub will host a wishing tree in St Helen’s Square, […]

Review: Gorgeous Views & a Cosy Farmhouse Feel at the Botanist, Newcastle

By Luxuria Lifestyle The Botanist in Newcastle is both a busy bar and restaurant destination.  Packed out on weeknights and offering mouthwatering cocktails, the interior is stunning and includes an indoor tree beneath an exquisite glass dome ceiling.  Meanwhile the restaurant, a cosy, farmhouse style affair, boasts spectacular views of the iconic Grey’s Monument and […]

The Trading House The Greatest Gin & Tonics in London

by Tatler Our love affair for gin and tonics goes back, way back. To the 16th century, in fact, when gin was originally believed to aid circulation. And in the 1700s, quinine (with which tonic water was infused more heavily than today) was used to prevent and treat tropical diseases. But it wasn’t until the 19th […]

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