All news articles for September 2021

Upgrade your food offer to snare extra spend: top pub chefs offer their advice

The premium food league season has begun

By Gary Lloyd

As the country begins the crawl out of the pandemic, pubs need a point of difference to attract customers, and elevating your food offer is one way to differentiate your business from rivals.

Who's in charge at the Morning Advertiser?

Changes at the top

By Ed Bedington

In a management reshuffle at William Reed, Lorraine Hendle, managing director for retail and manufacturing which includes several brands including The Grocer, will now welcome The Morning Advertiser and Big Hospitality brands into the division.

What's in the news 10 September

NI hike 'a kick in the teeth'

By Ed Bedington

The Morning Advertiser spoke to multiple pub boss Dianne Irving of Drouth Ltd on the headlines of the week.

Illegal activity: kegs are the target of theft by organised crime (image; Getty/urbancow)

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Kegs caught in supply crisis

By Michelle Perrett

Keg supplies are being hit by the transport crisis that is ravaging the pub and hospitality sector.

Closed for good: Altus figures revealed how many pubs have shut permanently (image: Getty/MarianVejcik)

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89 pubs ‘vanished’ since May

By Nikkie Thatcher

Some 89 pubs have closed for good having either been demolished or converted into other types of buildings in England and Wales since May, figures have revealed.

Legal advice: tips on the position of gaming machines (image: Getty/halbergman)

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Legal Q&A: Raffle rules and gaming machines

By Poppleston Allen

Poppleston Allen delves into the rules around hosting a charity raffle as well as locations of gaming machines.