Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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A trade journey through the decades

Life without the hospitality trade is a distant memory for publican and hotelier, Daniel Marshall

Coronavirus: Aberdeenshire operator creates customisable COVID signage for venues

An Aberdeenshire operator has designed a range of customisable ‘COVID safe and compliant’ signage for bars and restaurants
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Glasgow City Council announces dedicated team for business reopening

Glasgow City Council has established a dedicated team to support businesses reopening as lockdown measures are eased

Coronavirus: one in four pubs couldn’t reopen with two metre social distancing, survey shows

A quarter of pubs would be unable to reopen under the current two metre social distancing rule, a new survey has found
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Home cocktails could be here to stay

The COVID-created trend of bars offering professionally-made cocktails for home delivery could be here to stay, say bartenders

Scotland’s first rum festival goes digital this summer

Scotland's first rum festival will be celebrated online this summer and raise funds for The Ben

Heineken launches ‘webinar’ series

Heineken has expanded its Pub Collective advice website with a series of informative ‘webinars’ for the on-trade

Six steps to reopening your cellar

The COVID-19 outbreak, and subsequent hospitality outlet closures, has had a huge impact on the nation’s pub and bar industry

Coronavirus: Scottish Government reopening guidance must bring clarity for trade

The UK has begun to cautiously reopen after a lengthy lockdown, the initial shock of the closure of our industry has slowly begun to subside, and, for many operators, the focus is now shifting to find practical ways to reopen premises whilst meeting the requirements defined as 'COVID-19 Secure’

Coronavirus: Reopening guidance published ‘as soon as possible’

Guidance for hospitality businesses to reopen following the coronavirus closure is to be published “as soon as possible”, the Scottish Government has said