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Writer on the carpet

Spoon’s Carpets: An Appreciation by Kit Caless is based on his popular blog

Kit discovered that Wetherspoon’s 950-plus UK pubs all have a unique carpet, inspired either by the building or the name of the pub.

His blog poses the crucial question ‘are any two Wetherspoon carpets the same?’

More than fifty of Spoon’s carpets are featured, along with Kit’s text on the inspiration for each carpet’s design, the history of the pub and key facts and statistics about the branch and its regulars.

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