All news articles for August 2017

Sleep deprived: pub chefs have to work unsociable hours

9 problems only pub chefs will understand

By Nikkie Sutton

Pub kitchens are stressful places with lots of yelling, sweltering heat and a whole load of other pressures. But there are a few things that can really get a chef's back up.

Feeling the heat: pub chefs could be affected by TV shows

'Perfect' TV food puts chefs under too much pressure

By Nikkie Sutton

Pub chefs are under increased pressure to compete with TV cookery programmes and present their food in the 'perfect' way, exclusive research from The Morning Advertiser has shown.

Cost-saving: CAMRA national chairman Colin Valentine assured members there was no cause for concern

CAMRA implements emergency cost-saving measures

By Nikkie Sutton

A potential shortfall in income has lead Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) leaders to take evasive action and put cost-saving measures in place, the organisation revealed in a letter to members.

Geese revived: the journey to get the pub reopened was a long one

Dorset village pub to open after long closure

By Fred A'Court

Traditional village pubs are here to stay and can still bring great rewards providing owners adapt to changing consumer needs, according to property specialist Christie & Co.

Have the competition licked: dog friendly pubs are quids in

Pubs are a dog owner's best friend

By Fred A'Court

‘Walkies’, it seems, means more than just taking the pooch for a stroll. Almost all dog owners (95%) pay a visit to their local pub and more than a quarter (26%) drop in more than once a week, according to the latest research.

Turn it up: improved performance at Deltic is 'down to refurbishments and rebranding'

Deltic results show trade ‘continues to improve’

By Fred A'Court

Clubs and bars operator Deltic Group says its trading performance continues to improve and there will be future improvements from a continued refurbishment programme of its premises.