All news articles for August 2019

Through the ages: the March Hare opened its doors in 1958 (image credit: Google Maps)

Retiring licensee ‘wouldn’t open a pub now’

By Nikkie Thatcher

An 80-year-old licensee who is retiring from the trade today (13 August) told The Morning Advertiser she wouldn’t open a pub currently due to restrictions and safety.

No flash in the pan: Stonegate has credited its employment of apprentices for a reduction in chef turnover

Stonegate reduces chef turnover rate by 32%

By Emily Hawkins

Stonegate Pub Company has reduced its chef turnover by almost a third (32%) after the introduction of its back-of-house apprenticeship programme.

In charge: Lee Price is the general manager of the Royal Pier in Aberystwyth

Social media: friend or foe?

By Lee Price

Lee Price from the Royal Pier in Aberystwyth reveals his feelings on using social media as an operator and what he thinks of consumers using it.

Looking ahead: Barons Pub Company MD Clive Price reveals what the future holds for the business

The secrets behind Baron Pub Company's success

By Nikkie Thatcher

South-east-based Barons Pub Company has enjoyed close to 20 years of steady expansion but a new debt facility will allow the operator to make further growth

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