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Quiz of the year: have a go, and share your score on Facebook or Twitter to let us know how you did

The Morning Advertiser Quiz of the Year

By Ed Bedington

It’s nearly the end of 2019 and it has been quite the year, but have you kept up to speed on the various issues and challenges that have faced the sector?

It’s a cracker: pubco is putting the green into Greene King

Greene King goes green with its crackers

By Alice Leader

This year, Greene King is pulling a greener Christmas as it offers an eco-friendly cracker to its customers as a step to reduce its environmental impact.

Increase the bottom line: new research reveals pub crawls are still a big hit with stag and hen parties

How do stags and hen dos benefit the trade?

By Alice Leader

A new survey has revealed pub crawls are a top way for stags and hens to see off their single status, with it being stag party’s number one choice of activity and second for hens.

Fully digital: Rock and Roll Bingo is now accessible on smartphones

Rock and Roll Bingo goes digital

By Alice Leader

Rock and Roll Bingo is going digital, bolstering a slicker, hassle-free and less time-consuming experience by changing their dabbers and bingo cards to the smartphone.

Interactive strategy: whether it's via darts of computer games, keep 'em entertained

Ready player one: How have pub games evolved?

By Gary Lloyd

In the past a drink and a game of dominoes was all a pub had to do to keep a regular’s custom. Now the bar is set much higher and the expected experience is key.

Inn on the act: The Coach & Horses will stage a play starring television actor Robert Bathurst (image: Tom Howard)

Soho pub to stage play amid battle over lease

By Emily Hawkins

A London pub will stage a play about a past patron to celebrate the site’s cultural presence as part of a campaign against Fuller’s plans to take back the lease.

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