24 June 2022

The late-night levy – where are we now and what is next?

With the news that Nottingham City Council is considering removing the late-night levy that is currently in place, 10 years on from its introduction, how has […]
24 June 2022

New serves from Smirnoff and Greenall’s

Smirnoff launches a new berry flavoured serve and Greenall’s gin goes tropical as well as new products from Beavertown, Burleighs, Brighton Gin, Mr Black Rum and […]
23 June 2022

Vote now: Which day of the week has the highest level of trade for your pub?

Hybrid working and the cost-of-living crisis have had a significant impact to on premise trading patterns, new research from CGA and NielsenIQ has revealed.
23 June 2022

Late-night sector losing up to 40% trade due to strikes

Late-night hospitality businesses are losing up to 40% of trade because of the ongoing rail strikes, according to the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA).
23 June 2022

Staff shortages damaging economic recovery

Staff shortages within the hospitality sector have caused almost half (45%) of operators to cut trading hours or capacity in order to cope, costing the industry […]
23 June 2022

100 days left of paper £20 and £50 notes

The Bank of England has urged anyone who still has paper Â20 and Â50 notes to use them or deposit them to the bank, ahead of […]
23 June 2022

Safeguarding schemes ‘essential’ for hospitality

Schemes such as âAsk for Angelaâ are essential in helping hospitality venues ensure the safety of customers, especially women or those considered vulnerable, amid âincreasingly commonâ […]
23 June 2022

Fuller’s raises more than £10,000 for Ukraine

Large multi-site operator and brewer Fuller, Smith & Turner has raised more than Â10,000 in aid of those impacted by the war in Ukraine.
22 June 2022

UKH Scotland appoints new chairman

Crerar Hotels chief executive Chris Wayne-Wills has been appointed UKHospitality Scotland chairman as the sector grapples with unprecedented financial pressures and workforce shortages.
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