All news articles for August 2019

Long history: the Rothschild Arms has been open since 1847

Campaigners protest at Punch HQ to save pub

By Nikkie Thatcher

Campaigners are fighting to save a popular Buckinghamshire pub from closure by protesting outside its owner, Punch’s head office in Burton-upon-trent, Staffordshire.

Slashed: Tim Martin promises to cut beer prices post-Brexit

JDW will ‘slash beer prices’ post-Brexit

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer prices will be cut at JD Wetherspoon if Prime Minister Boris Johnson can separate the UK from the EU by 31 October, the pubco’s boss Tim Martin has said.

Very important: food safety should be a high priority for operators

Top food storage tips

By Nikkie Thatcher

How to store food properly can avoid issues with food poisoning and experts have revealed their advice on how best to do this.

Saved by drinkers: pub operator Jayne Blackshaw says donations have saved the Cotton Tree (image: The Cotton Tree, Facebook)

Regulars raise £3.5k for flooded pub

By Emily Hawkins

A pub operator has thanked her regulars for coming to the rescue with a crowdfunding effort after a flood forced the pub to shut for weeks.

Grape news: Star has announced a wine portfolio that will provide customers with sustainable options

Star introduces own wine brand

By Emily Hawkins

Star Pubs & Bars has launched its own wine label in a bid to introduce ethical wines and expand premium options in its pubs.

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