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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.

Overpriced pints: the pubs code adjudicator says Marston’s is at fault over the treatment of one of its licensees

Marston’s overcharged licensee on beer and rent, PCA rules

By Stuart Stone

Brewer and pub operator Marston’s has been judged to have broken pubs code legislation following what the pubs code adjudicator (PCA) has described as ‘significantly deficient’ treatment of one of its licensees.

Package deal: Brewer and pub operator Marston's is seeking a buyer for a 150-strong pub portfolio valued between £40m and £45m

Marston’s to sell off 150 pubs

By Stuart Stone

Pub operator and brewer Marston’s is looking to sell 150 of its pubs for around £45m, The Morning Advertiser (MA) understands.

Looking ahead: Marston's CEO Ralph Findlay outlined the pubco's plans for the future

Marston’s to open 9 new pubs in next 12 months

By Nikkie Sutton

Pubco Marston’s is looking to open nine new pub-restaurants and adding three new sites to its accommodation offer, its CEO Ralph Findlay told The Morning Advertiser.

International Women's Day: Business leaders, in association with Plan B

International Women’s Day

The women who lead in the on-trade

By Nicholas Robinson

There are too few women at the top level in business across the world and the UK. While pubs and bars can't escape that fact either, here we tell the stories of nine women at the top in the on-trade.

Prize pig: the Lazy Pig in the Pantry will become the 15th site in Marston's premium pub arm Revere

Revere Pub Company to open 15th site

By Stuart Stone

The premium arm of pub company Marston’s, has revealed plans to open the Lazy Pig in the Pantry in Chesham, Buckinghamshire.

Trading update: Marston's announced the acquisition of 15 former M&B pubs from Aprirose

Marston’s acquires 15 former M&B pubs from Aprirose

By Stuart Stone

Pub operator and brewer Marston’s has reached an agreement to acquire 15 former Mitchells & Butlers pubs from property investment company Aprirose in a trading update for the year ending 29 September.

Welcome addition: Revere will unveil a new Lost & Found bar next month

Sixth Lost & Found site set to open

By Stuart Stone

Revere, the premium arm of Marston’s, has announced that the sixth branch of the Lost & Found will open in Sheffield on 16 November.

Growth strategy: Revere announces two new Lost and Found sites

Marston's announces two new Lost & Found sites

By Georgina Townshend

Premium arm of Marston’s estate, Revere, has announced that two new Lost & Found sites and a refurbishment of its original Birmingham site is on the cards for 2018.

Marston's: Ralph Findlay says changes make a

Peter Dalzell to leave Marston's

By Michelle Perrett

Peter Dalzell is to step down from his role as managing director of Marston’s Inns and Taverns, and from the board, on 29 September.

Concerned: pubs code adjudicator Paul Newby vows to investigate MRO issues further

PCA to confront pub owning businesses over MRO blocking

By Claire Churchard

Pub-owning businesses (POBs) are blocking tied tenants’ access to the market rent only option (MRO) and going against the spirit of the pubs code, according to a report commissioned by the pubs code adjudicator’s office.

Low pick-up: only a handful of licensees have taken the MRO option

Meagre MRO take up across major pubcos

By Liam Coleman

Only eight licensees have taken up the market-rent-only (MRO) option across five of the six pubcos governed by the pubs code since it came into force in July 2016.

Deal struck: Marston's will distribute beer to part of Punch's current estate

Punch strikes distribution deal with Marston’s

By Nicholas Robinson

Punch will change its delivery service ahead of its proposed takeover by Heineken and Patron Capital, following current distributor Carlsberg’s announcement to withdraw its UK delivery service.

Pursue your goal: Don't give up your vision of what you really want

Pub success: Starting out

By Liam Coleman

Owning a pub is the aspirational dream for a significant minority of people who regularly soak up the atmosphere in a pub. But just what do you need to know about the trade before starting out and what challenges lie ahead for first-time operators?

Marston’s trading statement January 2017

Marston’s like-for-like sales rise

By Nikkie Sutton

Pubco Marston’s has released its trading update for the 16 weeks to 21 January 2017 ahead of its annual general meeting.

December 2016 pub openings

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December 2016 pub openings

By Nikkie Sutton

The Morning Advertiser takes a look at new openings and pub facelifts in the last month of 2016.

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