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Sales in pubs down almost half in July

Managed pub groups saw total sales down 44.7% in July 2020, compared to the same month last year, new figures have shown.

Pub sector 'working incredibly hard' on contact guidance

The pub sector has responded to claims many venues are not taking their role in coronavirus contact tracing seriously by arguing the majority of sites are following guidance correctly.

Easyjet founder to fly in the face of JustEat, Deliveroo and Uber Eats

Entrepreneur Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has backed new pub, bar and restaurant food service easyFood to disrupt the delivery app marketplace amid Chancellor Rishi Sunakâs Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Greene King recruiting A-Level recipients, BAME in Hospitality mentorship scheme, new FD at Hall & Woodhouse

This week, brewer and pub operator Greene King outlined plans to hire 150 new apprentices and Dorset-based Hall & Woodhouse recruited a former Deloitte partner, while BAME in Hospitality unveiled a new mentorship scheme.

Star Pubs & Bars to scale back tapered rent relief

Heinekenâs pub arm Star Pubs & Bars has outlined the next phase of its tapered rent relief plan for operators throughout September and October - including a further Â4m investment in rental concessions.

Pubs benefiting from 'staycation' trend

With Brits found to be looking for beach and country escapes closer to home this summer, pubs have risen to the opportunity for more domestic holiday trade according to organisations representing the tourism sector.

Two more pub and bar operators face administration

The Morning Advertiser (MA) understands that London pub operator Out of the Woods Group and Leeds-based bar group APN have both gone into administration.

UK enters first recession in 11 years

The UK economy has slipped into its first technical recession since 2009 after suffering its biggest slump on record as a knock-on effect of Covid-19 lockdown measures.

Coaching Inn Group adds 18th site, Roseacre approaches double figures, pub reopenings outstrip restaurants

Roseacre Pub Company and The Coaching Inn Group provide updates on their growing estates, while CGA figures reveal that pubs are reopening at a quicker rate than restaurants.

What PPE do pub operators need to provide for staff?

With personal protective equipment (PPE) something operators are now having to take into account when running their reopened pubs, we take a look at what this means for staff.

Petition demanding Government U-Turn on SBR passes 7k signatures in first day

A petition calling on the Government to reverse proposed changes to the Small Brewers Relief (SBR) threshold has received more than 7,000 signatures in 24 hours.

Tim Martin demands evidence that coronavirus is transmitted in pubs

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) boss Tim Martin has called for scientists to publish evidence of coronavirus transmission in pubs and questioned if it exists.

Top up sick pay for self-isolating workers, campaign urges

Workers who need to self-isolate must receive their full wage, a new campaign has demanded.

More than 10.5m meals claimed on Eat Out to Help Out in first week

Diners have used the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to claim more than 10.5m meals in its first seven days, the Treasury has reported.

Government urged to cover half of unpaid pub rent

A coalition of trade bodies representing landlords and tenants within the pub sector has called on the Government to introduce a grant to help solve a growing rent crisis.

Pub reopenings outstrip restaurants

Pubs are leading the way in hospitality sector reopenings despite only two thirds of licensed premises resuming trade before the end of July.

Pub praised by authorities for response to potential Covid-19 outbreak

A pub has been praised for voluntarily closing and contacting public health officials after several coronavirus cases were linked to an event it hosted on 2 August.

Boris Johnson would close pubs before schools in severe local lockdowns

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has labelled getting children back in schools âa moral dutyâ amid suggestions that he would force the closure of pubs, restaurants and shops ahead of shutting schools in the event of severe local spikes in coronavirus cases.

Publican of site linked to 22 Covid-19 cases describes 'deepest regret'

The operator of a pub linked to more than 20 coronavirus cases has shared his regret about being âcomplacentâ with enforcing social distancing guidance on a busy weekend.

Councils call for more power to shut pubs flouting Covid-19 guidance

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called for local authorities to be entrusted with extra power to shut pubs and other licensed premises flying in the face of Covid-19 safety guidance.