- Pubs gear up for outdoor trading - The on-trade is preparing for outside service when it is permitted next week (Monday 12 April).
- What are rules for pubs to reopen for outside trading? - With updated guidance revealed following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement earlier this week (Monday 5 April), we have put together the rules pubs need to know ahead of outdoor trade being permitted on Monday (12 April).
- How have GBPA winners used Coca-Cola Community funding? - Coca-Cola pledged £165,000 to be shared among the 2020 Great British Pub Awards Pub Heroes winners and can now reveal how the funding has helped businesses prepare for post-lockdown trade.
- 'Incidental' live music permitted in reopened pub gardens - Live music will be authorised when pub gardens reopen as long as performances are complementary to customers drinking or dining, and are not the main purpose of their visit.
- What is the guidance for 12 April outdoor reopening for pubs? - As the Prime Minister announced yesterday (Monday 5 April) step two of the roadmap will go ahead, The Morning Advertiser takes a look at the rules around reopening for outdoor trading.
- Covid-status certification won’t be required for pub entry at next stage - Pubs will be permitted to serve customers outside from next Monday (12 April) and vaccine passports will not be needed, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed.
- Every pubgoer will have to give contact details, Government confirms - Pubs must gather contact details from all customers in group bookings, the Government has announced.
- Vaccine passports and Test & Trace: ‘Positive news’ but ‘deep concerns’ remain - While on-trade commentators welcomed Boris Johnson’s efforts to stamp out vaccine passports when pubs resume trade in April and May – concerns remain that he may have simply kicked the can down the roadmap.
- Hancock accused of 'stalling tactics' as reopening challenge fast-tracked - The Government has been accused of “stalling” as a legal challenge over indoor hospitality’s reopening date will be fast-tracked through the High Court.