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Illegal football: ten pubs slapped with huge fines in major clampdown

Licensees from across the UK have been issued with fines totalling £92,700 following a significant attempt from the Premier League to stamp out illegal football in pubs.

Suppression: The Premier League is clamping down on illegal suppliers

Pub food can survive the Brexit storm

Food-led pubs are in the best position to weather the storm of Brexit-induced price rises and reduced consumer confidence caused by political instability.

Bidvest Foodservice to rebrand as Bidfood

Bidvest Foodservice, the national food wholesaler, is changing its name to Bidfood.


Pubs with rooms are 'not like Fawlty Towers now'

Visitor numbers across Britain are expected to rise further as the weaker pound makes it more attractive to foreigners and Brits alike, according to Dominic Worrall, owner of the Bull in Ditchling, East Sussex.

Bar staff insider: customer's rights

When refusing to serve a customer for theirs and your own sake, said customer doesn’t always see it the same way.

BrewDog bar staff entitled to one week ‘pawternity’ leave

BrewDog is giving all staff the right to a week off if they adopt a puppy or an older rescue dog, making it the first UK brewer to do so.

Charity gallery: heroic operators doing their bit for good causes

The Morning Advertiser takes a look at what those in the trade have been up to in order to raise funds to charity.

Saracens captain: rugby discipline translates well into Brewing

When former Saracens captain, Alistair Hargreaves, retired from rugby he decided to tackle a new challenge, setting up his own brewery with teammate Chris Wyles. 

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Oxfordshire: Oxford - The Abingdon Arms

£23,000.00 - Tenancy

An excellent tenancy opportunity to operate an attractive country pub in rural Oxfordshire – Free House with no...