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Food delivery market rockets 18% since 2018

New research has highlighted the foodservice delivery boom, which has risen by 18% since 2018 and is now worth Â8.4bn.

Are these the UK’s most Christmassy pubs?

From a pub that boasts 100 Christmas trees to another that has a real-life reindeer in the garden, CAMRA is celebrating its 12 Pubs of Christmas, each offering something special for the festive season.

Trade reacts to Conservative election win

Pub industry bodies have reacted to the Conservative Party winning the general election today (13 December), and called on the Government to consider the trade moving forward.

How to overcome loneliness in the run-up to Christmas

More than nine million people in the UK say they are always or often lonely but almost two-thirds feel uncomfortable admitting to it, according to research by the British Red Cross and Co-Op.

900 pubs sign up to trial live sport streaming

Six pub groups boasting a total of 900 sites have committed to trial live sport streaming in partnership with Screach and Premier Sports.

Charity challenge sees hungry eaters tackle 2lb pig in blanket

Despite national reports of a seasonal shortage of festive favourites pigs in blankets, a Cumbrian gastropub is out to discredit this fear in a culinary charity challenge.

Operators alter sites for social media

Social media is proving to have quite an impact on small businesses as operators reshape their sites to make them more visually enticing.

Hare’s to 20 more years

After two decades in the biz and five years at their gastropub the Kentish Hare, chef brothers James and Chris Tanner have a desire to hop into another pub site.

JDW pub closed after mouse spotted

A JD Wetherspoon (JDW) pub in Essex was closed for a short period after a mouse was discovered, which the pub group put down to local building activity.

Should Christmas dinner be had at home or the pub?

Family feuds, dietary requirements and the washing up are among the reasons consumers are opting for Christmas dinner at the pub this year, but cost remains a barrier.

Which drinks trends have caught on in 2019?

Whether your customers still love their beer or perhaps a spirit, while others may not indulge in alcohol at all, there have been plenty of trends to take advantage of this year.

Fuller’s reveals £164.5m profit from beer business sale

Pub operator Fuller, Smith & Turner has revealed that it made a Â164.5m profit from the Â250m sale of Fullerâs Beer Business to Asahi in April.

Immigration policies must not 'exacerbate' skills shortages

Trade organisations representing pubs have called on parties to give them more assurances that immigration policies will not cause skill shortages in the sector.

My Pub: The Dog at Wingham, Kent

Creative Marilyn Brigden had designs on owning a hotel. So when fate brought the opportunity of rolling a pub, restaurant and hotel into one, she seized the chance. Here, her son Marc Brigden â co-owner â tells us about the strength of the bite at the Dog at Wingham.

Pub numbers ‘rise for first time in 10 years’

Itâs nothing new that many UK pubs and bars have struggled and have been forced to shut their doors over the years, but for the first time in a decade, the number of licensed premises is on the rise.

How the Beer Orders still influence the on-trade 30 years later

Legislation may not be the sort of subject matter to excite many but it often has huge consequences for the on-trade. Here is how the long-gone Beer Orders still affect the industry to this day.

Robinsons grows managed estate, another Epic pub sold, JDW spending spree

Robinsons Brewery announced the purchase of regional operator Individual Inns, JDW revealed plans to spend Â200m on growing its pub estate and Urban Village Pub Company has saved a pub from administrators.

What are 2019’s top jukebox tracks and artists?

Jukeboxes across the UK have been playing an eclectic mix of tracks this year, from both established artists and brand-new faces on the scene.

Pop-up taproom to raise money for rough sleepers

A brewery has opened a pop-up taproom to raise cash for the homeless in central London this week.

Countryfile presenter and Butcombe toast 3m bottles of collaboration brew

Countryfile's Adam Henson and Butcombe Brewery have raised a glass to the three millionth bottle of Rare Breed beer.