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Friday, February 26, 2021
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Regular articles and general news

Inverness publicans toast their loyal customers

Two publicans have marked their tenth anniversary at the helm of their Inverness pub by raising a glass to the customers that have helped them weather the pandemic.

Crerar Hotels bolsters team

Crerar Hotels has bolstered its team as it looks ahead to reopening in the coming months.

Hoteliers unite to lobby for UK-wide unlocking

A group of more than 80 Scottish hoteliers has launched an online petition proposing a UK-wide reopening of the tourism and hospitality industries on 17th May.

A taste of the Caribbean in the Scottish winter

Bar operators and staff were treated to a taste of the Caribbean last week when SLTN teamed with the House of Angostura and Distell International to host an online tasting.

Holyrood candidates urged to support ‘industry pledge’

All candidates for the upcoming Scottish Parliament election are being urged to sign a pledge to support Scotland’s hospitality industry.

Heineken launches reopening resource for customers

Heineken is gearing up for the reopening of the licensed trade with the launch of a new online resource for customers, dubbed the Benefits Bar.

Star Pubs & Bars kickstarts reopening plans

Pubco Star Pubs & Bars has kickstarted its reopening plans with a new training and support package for its Just Add Talent (JAT) managed operator outlets.

Help needed to save night-time economy from ‘extinction’

An extension of the furlough scheme, sector-specific grants and an extension of the VAT cut are among the steps that could save the UK’s night-time economy from “extinction”, according to a new UK parliamentary report.
Staff member with face mask

Online training programme expanded

Two thousand Scottish hospitality workers are to take part in an online training programme after the scheme secured additional funding from the Scottish Government.

Fate has a hand in Sorn Inn’s future

A trip to Ayrshire to view a house last year was to take David and Karen Miller in a whole new direction – and a move into the licensed trade.