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Enterprise fined £95k after pub’s employee “seriously injured” in gas stove accident

Enterprise Inns has been fined £95,000 after a member of staff at one of the company’s tenanted pubs suffered burns from a gas-fired cooking range. 

Enterprise: pleaded guilty to charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act

Pub openings August 2016

The Morning Advertiser takes a look at pubs which have been refurbished and reopened in August.

Food safety

Barbecue pub slams “nanny state” after zero food hygiene rating

A Surrey pub has spoken out against the “modern nanny state” after receiving a zero food hygiene rating.


Petition to reopen iconic London nightclub Fabric signed by 95,000

A petition to save iconic London nightclub Fabric, which was closed recently, has received more than 95,000 signatures. 


Pub darts team captain beats world champion

The captain of a pub darts team has beaten the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) World Champion in a darts event, organised by Punch.

Legal Q&A

Onus falls on the police if an officer drinks a beer

Police drinking, jazz festival restrictions and what to do with an assault charge.

In association with Booker

Inside the King's Head, Napton

When a husband and wife team revamped their pub’s food offer, it was the great produce at consistent prices from cash-and-carry store Booker that made their vision a reality.


Move over Bloody Mary, there are new brunch cocktails on the block

Cocktails at brunch can help operators tap into the on-trade’s expanding £76m dining occasion, yet the traditional Bloody Mary can put many customers off. Here some of the country’s top bartenders show their bespoke brunch cocktails.

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