18 October 2021

Soaring energy prices pose new problems for pubs

A potential surge in energy costs poses a new struggle for pubs already facing a multitude of problems such as staff shortages supply issues and rising […]
18 October 2021

Pig price drop – hog the profits

Pub operators are being urged to take advantage of low pork prices and stage a hog roast as the autumn gathers pace.
18 October 2021

Phones kill conversation say micropub owners

UK micropub owners said that phones âkillâ conversation and show a âlack of respectâ, while pub phone-bans help promote social interaction after lockdown-induced isolation.
18 October 2021

Hospitality Apprenticeships Week 2021 showcases exciting opportunities

Trade association UKHospitality has urged the sector to use upcoming Hospitality Apprenticeships Week 2021 to champion the diverse and exciting careers on offer.
18 October 2021

Managed pubs, bars and restaurants strong in September but challenges continue

Britainâs managed pubs, bars and restaurants saw their second successive month of year-on-year sales increases, up 8% on pre-pandemic levels of September 2019, and 42% from […]
18 October 2021

More than three quarters of pubs planning to push up prices

Some 81% of operators are increasing prices in their businesses this year, a poll conducted by The Morning Advertiser has found.
18 October 2021

Tsunami of increases on the way

Our fearless leader, when heâs not on his hols in the middle of a major crisis, recently announced the wonderful news that his ambition for the […]
15 October 2021

Night tube to restart next month

Night Tube services will be reintroduced from the Central and Victoria lines next month, announced the Mayor of London to the London Assembly, yesterday.
15 October 2021

No ‘cliff edge’ for job losses when furlough ended

Some 10% of workers left the hospitality sector when the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ended on 30 September, compared to 31 August, new data has found.
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