13 September 2021

Sports pubs urged to back first net-zero carbon football match

With the growing emphasis on tackling climate change, sports-focused pubs are being urged to lend their support to the first ever net-zero carbon football match.
13 September 2021

Sports pubs urged to back first carbon-neutral football match

With the growing emphasis on tackling climate change, sports-focused pubs are being urged to lend their support to the first ever carbon-neutral football match.
12 September 2021

Vaccine passports for clubs in England scrapped, says health secretary

Health secretary Sajid Javid has revealed the Government is now scrapping plans for Covid vaccine passports for entry into nightclubs and large events in England.
10 September 2021

Changes at the top

In a management reshuffle at William Reed, Lorraine Hendle, managing director for retail and manufacturing which includes several brands including The Grocer, will now welcome The […]
10 September 2021

NI hike ‘a kick in the teeth’

The Morning Advertiser spoke to multiple pub boss Dianne Irving of Drouth Ltd on the headlines of the week.
10 September 2021

News round-up: wine issues ahead predicted and permanent outside structure plans

This week has seen the ongoing supply issues hit the wine and bread categories while pubs could be permitted to keep outside structures permanently under Government […]
10 September 2021

Scottish vaccine passports ‘put already fragile night-time economy on dangerous path to devastation’

The Scottish Governmentâs plans to enforce vaccine passports in nightclubs has been lambasted by sector bodies about a lack of detail about how they will be […]
10 September 2021

‘The market is experiencing a shortage of quality opportunities to satisfy the level of demand from buyers’

Neil Morgan, senior director of pubs & restaurants at Christie & Co, gives an insight into the state of the property sector now that restrictions have […]
10 September 2021

Almost 260k hospitality workers on furlough at end of July

The hospitality sector has seen the biggest drop in workers on furlough this summer, but the trade still has more than a quarter of a million […]
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