- 45,000 pubs expected to reopen for indoor service - Some 45,000 pubs are estimated to reopen to trade inside from Monday 17 May, serving 3m pints, leaving 2,000 unable to open their doors due to limited space, one trade body has predicted.
- Furlough: 'great for employees, disastrous for employers’ - Nightclubs have been left out of much of the Government support after being closed for almost 18 months.
- What are the rules for pubs to reopen for indoor trading? - Following the Prime Minister’s confirmation pubs can resume trading inside from Monday 17 May, we take a look at the rules around indoor service.
- ‘Road to recovery for pubs and breweries stretches many years ahead’ - We’ve all seen the pictures of people enjoying pub gardens and brewery tap yards across the UK. You might assume that everything for our industry is getting back to normal.
- Gareth Bale signs 15-year bar deal, new NWTC concept, Inn Collection Group grows again - The last week has seen Wales and Tottenham star Gareth Bale sign a new lease for Elevens Bar & Grill, as well as updates from the New World Trading Company, Inn Collection Group and Hawthron, among others.
- Indoor reopening confirmation ‘psychological rather than economical’ - The announcement from Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday (Monday 10 May), confirming pubs can reopen inside from next week has been welcomed alongside calls for restrictions to be lifted in June.
- Customer confidence slowly increasing as restriction lift - Consumer optimism around the pub sector is increasing as lockdown begins to ease, a leading data expert has revealed.