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New chapter: 'whilst short-term uncertainty remains, we have taken swift action to future-proof the business to withstand the challenges presented by the pandemic and Marston’s has emerged a significantly stronger business,' Ralph Findlay explained

Marston’s records £397m pre-tax loss

By Stuart Stone

Pub operator Marston’s has revealed that it made a total loss of £397.1m during the year to 3 October 2020 following the closure of its near 1,400 strong pub estate for 15 weeks.

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Pub companies announce lockdown rent plans

By Emily Hawkins

Pub companies including Greene King and Stonegate Pub Company have confirmed rent reductions for tenants to 10% for the second lockdown period.

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Prime Minister pledges cash for wet pubs

By Emily Hawkins

Most areas in England will be placed into tier two measures this week while pubs in a number of areas must remain closed under the strictest rules.

Confidence project: Marston's said it is entering an uncertain trading situation when its pubs open up from 4 July

Marston's announces £40m hit to sales

By Emily Hawkins

Pub company Marston's experienced a hit of £40m to sales due to the coronavirus lockdown, prompting its chief executive to say he was uncertain about how its pubs would perform in the short-term reopening period.

Reply to campaign: Marston’s Ralph Findlay responds to CAMRA letter

Marston’s hits back at ‘shaming’ CAMRA letter

By Nicholas Robinson

Marston’s has rebuked the Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) claims the pubco and brewer is doing too little to financially support its tenants and licensees during the coronavirus lockdown, The Morning Advertiser can reveal.

Marginal rise: Marston’s sales rose slightly in the four months to mid-January 2020

Marston’s sees small rise in sales

By Nikkie Thatcher

Pubco and brewer Marston’s has reported a 1% increase in managed and franchise like-for-like sales growth for the 16 weeks to 18 January 2020.

Case closed: Marston’s insists the matter has been dealt with according to the pubs code adjudicator

Marston’s sediment dispute case ‘closed’

By Finn Scott-Delany

Marston’s has attempted to draw a line under a dispute with a tenant, insisting the matter was now closed following an investigation by the pubs code adjudicator (PCA), according to The Morning Advertiser's sister title MCA.

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