As the lockdown begins to be lifted tentatively and many businesses remain closed during this period, The Morning Advertiser magazine will temporarily be going digital-only. To also further support our wider community at this time, we are making the issues available to our entire audience. By filling in the form, you will receive access to the digital edition plus an email reminder for any upcoming issues as they are published.
In this month’s issue of The Morning Advertiser we are providing some key insight into the topical subjects of how the rest of the world plans to reopen its on-trade businesses, the legislation that was due to come into effect this year and how the crisis has changed those proposals, plus the diary of a licensee throughout lockdown.
Of course, the legal experts at Poppleston Allen continue to offer practical advice for your businesses and we talk, in depth, to three of the biggest names in the industry – Paul Newby, Chris Jowsey and Tom Kerridge.
Check out the line-up for the latest MA500 conference, which will take place online. And our sports section lets you know how keeping in contact with your customers will be key to getting them back into your premises when it is possible to do so.
There’s plenty on the food and drink scene too, including features on how some pubs have altered their model into serving as a one-stop shop for everything – and that is something any pub could potentially do via a takeaway or delivery service. Also, how chefs have become volunteers by cooking for the NHS and the idea of low and no-alcohol serves for when people rejoin you at the pub.
And a Top 50 Cocktail Bars feature about our live cocktail-making classes, which you could be part of too with a special invite.
You can find out how a pub has become the heart of the village with its delivery service, mental health welfare, and nostalgia articles on pubs and the NHS and how the on-trade coped with disease outbreaks in the past.
The coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented challenge for everyone in the pub game, big and small and we’d urge everyone to stay calm, take practical steps and do everything we can to work together.
The Morning Advertiser will continue to serve everyone in the sector by providing the latest news and developments as they happen online, and analysis in our digital monthly edition, and provide as much advice, support and information as possible to keep everyone going throughout the lockdown.
To gain access to your digital copy of The Morning Advertiser, simply fill in the form on the top right of this webpage.