How can ventilation be improved in pubs post-lockdown?

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How can ventilation be improved in pubs post-lockdown?

With the COVID-19 lockdown easing what steps can pubs take to ensure their ventilation is fit for purpose as they prepare to reopen their premises? Jenny Smith, Head of Marketing at Vent-Axia explains how ventilation plays a vital part in this preparation...

Line solutions: Innserve's team worked hard to ensure output

Innserve makes it all flow smoothly on ‘Super Saturday’

As pubs and bars reopened in England on ‘Super Saturday’ and eager patrons enjoyed a pint, little thought was given to the hard work that went on behind the scenes by Innserve technicians and customer services team to ensure everything flowed smoothly.

Government aid: Chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed plans to help the trade

Sunak: millions of pounds in financial support for pubs

Pubs have been handed a hefty financial support plan today by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, including a scheme giving customers up to £10 off each on sit-down meals and non-alcoholic drinks in August, as well as a significant VAT cut on food,...

New appointments: (l-r) Mike Smith, Dermot King and Peter Borg-Neal from Oakman Inns

Changes afoot at Oakman Inns

Multiple operator Oakman Inns has announced board changes and an update on how its pubs have traded since reopening last weekend (Saturday 4 July).

Support: CCEP's Rob Harris outlines the company's support plans for pubs

Coca-Cola pledges pub support in the months ahead

The UK’s largest producer of soft drinks for the pub and bar sector Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has outlined its intentions to bolster its UK on-trade support including free stock for outlets, bigger wholesale offers, as well as operational support...

Why aren’t some pubs opening on July 4

To open, or not to open…

Not all pubs will be flinging their doors open on Saturday 4 July, with many choosing to wait and see how the public reacts to the new situation.

Confusion: publicans were left wondering if reopening guidance meant they should restrict numbers to 30 people

No cap on numbers for pubs

Pubs do not have to cap their numbers to 30 people, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial strategy (BEIS) has confirmed to The Morning Advertiser (MA).

How many spirits should my pub stock after coronavirus lockdown?

How to sell spirits post-lockdown

What will customers want when the pub trade reopens is the million-pound question operators across the UK are likely to be asking as they prepare their sites for the first influx of socially distanced punters. And following a steady uptick in sales over...

How do I serve the perfect pint of Guinness?

How to serve the perfect pint of Guinness

Being the granddaddy of beer, Guinness is held to a high standard by consumers across the UK who will expect their first draught pint of the world-famous stout to be perfect on their return to the pub. But what exactly does that entail?

Risk: all pubs must complete a coronavirus risk assessment before reopening

How to manage risk when reopening your pub

Government guidance for pubs reopening from 4 July clearly states that businesses must carry out detailed risk assessments before putting coronavirus prevention control measures in place and opening to staff and the public.

Got a question? Perhaps one of our advisory board members can answer it

• LIVE – Experts answer your on-trade questions

Have you got a question about your on-trade business that you can’t find an answer for even though you’ve searched online and listened to Boris’s daily updates? Perhaps The Morning Advertiser can help.

Money matters: the Government has made financing available to pubs during Covid-19

Are you claiming for everything you need?

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the world into a health and economic downward spiral but the UK Government has, and continues, to offer lifelines to the hospitality sector. Here is what’s available to pubs.


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