Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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A question of Faith

Paloma Faith is now the brand ambassador for liqueur brand Tia Maria. TIA Maria has named singer Paloma Faith as its new brand ambassador...

Board welcomes Pubwatch dialogue

A MEETING held between Glasgow’s Pubwatch groups, licensing board, LSOs and the police last week was hailed as a significant step in maintaining positive...

Reap the savings from recycling

Understanding is key to managing and reducing waste produced by businesses, say waste management firms With the latest changes to food waste regulations taking effect...

Haymarket on track after refurbishment

EDINBURGH pub The Haymarket has been relaunched following a revamp of its interior and food and drink offer. Part of Mitchells & Butlers’ portfolio, The...

CCTV makes the difference

MAKING the installation of CCTV a mandatory condition for premises trading after 1am has been a major step in improving the safety of licensed...
venue service lift

Service & goods lifts: Raise your venue’s safety standards

The use of a service lift – more commonly known as a ‘dumbwaiter’  – can prevent accidents

Pubs hit by new year price rises

Licensees are braced to add up to 10p to the cost of a pint after brewers unveiled their annual new year price rises. Molson Coors, Heineken UK and Carlsberg have all confirmed increases that will add an average of 7p a pint to the wholesale price of beer. Tennent Caledonian Breweries and Belhaven said they were reviewing their prices and were unable to provide any figures at this stage.

Bar and restaurant visits up amid ‘austerity fatigue’

CONSUMERS are going to bars, restaurants and clubs more often as so-called ‘austerity fatigue’ sets in. According to the latest Leisure Wallet report by advisory...

Wonder walls

A GLASGOW-based supplier of laminate and solid surface materials has expanded its range of waterproof wall panels. Rearo has introduced Selkie Board waterproof panels, which...
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Ignore the present and risk the future

Operators who don’t move with the times could alienate their customers