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Pub protection

Protection for 21 "much loved" interwar pubs

The Government has given listed status to 21 pubs built between the First and Second World War.

Marston's

'Disappointment' for locals determined to prevent pub from becoming convenience store

Last ditch attempts to prevent Sedgley's Seven Stars from becoming Morrisons fail. 

BrewDog

In pictures: BrewDog's dead donkey stunt

Drinkers invited to attend launch of the Brighton bar on a taxidermy donkey taxi. 

"Disappointing" beer sales down again

The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has released figures in its Beer Barometer for the second quarter of 2015 showing total sales down 5.6% from 2014.

Technology

Contactless payment sounds death knell for pub minimum charges

Offering contactless payment could be compulsory by 2020. 

Enterprise Inns

Enterprise tenants offered website service

Licensees running Enterprise pubs can benefit from individually tailored websites as part of a new support package from the pubco.

Chef spotlight

Northern powerhouse: the Freemasons at Wiswell, Lancashire

Chef patron Steven Smith on his Michelin star ambition and what he'd cook for Marco Pierre White.

Property of the week

Herefordshire: THREE TUNS, HAY ON WYE - 16TH CENTURY PUB & DINING VENUE

£395,000.00 - Freehold

ALSO AVAILABLE - NEW THREE YEAR TENANCY. CAPITAL REQUIRED £15k. Character Award winning property. Three...