MA's review of the week

Post-EOTHO footfall drivers will be geared around quality rather than discounting

By Ed Bedington

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Anglian country inns, MA500, Coronavirus, Food, Pubco + head office, Newspaper

The Morning Advertiser's Ed Bedington speaks with Anglian Country Inns' managing director James Nye about the biggest issues from the news this week.

Further reading: 

  • Treasury responds to EOTHO extension calls​ - The Treasury has issued a statement in reply to calls for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to be extended, saying it has been popular because of it’s limited time availability.
  • 'London is open' message desperately needed, CEOs urge​ - Commuters, tourists and residents need to be encouraged to get back to drinking and dining in the capital to secure the recovery of hospitality there, chief executives have said in a letter to the Prime Minister and Mayor of London.
  • Pubs benefiting from 'staycation' trend​ - With Brits found to be looking for beach and country escapes closer to home this summer, pubs have risen to the opportunity for more domestic holiday trade according to organisations representing the tourism sector.

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