Sort file:- Sittingbourne, March, 2021.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 07 March, 2021.


Earliest Feb 2010

Jenny Wren

Open 2020+

Staplehurst Road


01795 228981

Jenny Wren 2009

Above photo 2009 by David Anstiss Creative Commons Licence.

Jenny Wren 2010

Above photo 2010.

Jenny Wren 2012

Above sign 2012.

jenny Wren 2017

Above photo, 2017.


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From the By Chloe Holmwood, 29 June 2017.

The Jenny Wren in Sittingbourne reopens following major three-week revamp.

A popular pub and restaurant has reopened following a major three-week revamp.

The Jenny Wren, in Sittingbourne, shut on Monday, June 5, to allow the work to take place, and reopened on Monday.

It has been refurbished as part of a scheme by Marston’s Inn and Taverns, which owns the pub.

Twelve new full and part-time staff have joined the team at the Staplehurst Road restaurant, which now boasts a new grill station and an open-to-view pizza kitchen as the focal point of the main restaurant.

This means customers are able to choose from a new made-to-order grill and pizza menu alongside more traditional pub food.

On the main menu, there are 11 pizzas, ranging from the classic mozzarella and tomato to a meat feast.

Jenny Wren pizza counter 2017

The new pizza counter at The Jenny Wren.

For diners with food intolerances, toppings can be chosen individually and pizzas can be whole, half-and-half, reduced-size for fewer calories, or folded over to form calzones.

Non meat-eaters are also catered for at the grill with halloumi cheese, houmous and mushrooms featuring alongside heavyweight steaks, barbecue ribs and buttermilk chicken.

The Jenny Wren, which opened in February 2010, also has a new interior with the bar and dining area updated with freshly painted woodwork, eclectic furniture and designer lighting.

Jenny Wren staff 2017

Jack Lomax, Katie Simpson and Dan Harris.

Pub manager Nick Roberts, who has run the venue for six years, said: “We are really excited to show our new pub off to customers, old and new.

“The pizza kitchen really adds a unique dining experience to the pub. Customers can watch as their pizza is hand-stretched and personalised to each order, making it a truly individual meal.

“I am excited to start a new chapter here.”

It is not known how much the project has cost. A Marston’s spokesman said the actual figure could not be revealed but that it was a “big investment”.

A basic pizza starts at 7.95, burgers from 5.75 and steaks from 9.95.


From the By Geoffrey Bew, 14 August 2019.

Man stabbed near Jenny Wren pub in Sittingbourne.

A man was airlifted to hospital after being stabbed while sitting in his car.

Police are investigating the attack, which happened in Quartz Way, Sittingbourne.

Three police cars, a police van, and a forensics vehicle were called at about 4.45pm yesterday.

They taped off a car park behind the One Stop shop next to the Jenny Wren pub.

Police confirmed they were called to a property in Emerald Crescent.

A spokesman said: "Officers arrived at the address where the man in his 20s had suffered an injury, consistent with a stab wound.

"He was taken to hospital for treatment.

"The victim reported he'd just been assaulted whilst he was sat in his car in Quartz Way.

"Enquiries into the incident remain ongoing."

People saw the Air Ambulance landing in a nearby field after the attack.

An ambulance service spokesman said: "At 4.51pm yesterday we sent two response cars and an ambulance to a patient with a penetrating chest wound at Emerald Crescent in Sittingbourne.

"The man in his 20s was flown by the air ambulance to King's College Hospital for further treatment."

Anyone with information should call police on 01634 792209, quoting reference 46/156157/19.


From the By Ellis Stephenson, 16 August 2019.

Man from Archers Park in court after man stabbed in car park in Quartz Way.

A man has appeared in court after being accused of stabbing a man while he sat in his car.

Shane Andrews, of Ledger Close, Archers Park, Sittingbourne, is said to have assaulted a man in his 20s in Quartz Way, Sonora Fields, on Tuesday afternoon.

Police say the victim is expected to make a full recovery.

The 22-year-old was arrested on suspicion of assault in Greenwich on Wednesday.

He was discovered to have three knives after being detained.

Andrews was charged with grievous bodily harm and four counts of having a knife in a public place and appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court earlier today.

He was remanded in custody and will next appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Friday, September 13.





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