Events & Occasions

Through the ages: the March Hare opened its doors in 1958 (image credit: Google Maps)

Retiring licensee ‘wouldn’t open a pub now’

By Nikkie Thatcher

An 80-year-old licensee who is retiring from the trade today (13 August) told The Morning Advertiser she wouldn’t open a pub currently due to restrictions and safety.

Something for everyone: the new event will be covering a plethora of drink-related topics

New drinks event offers right solution

By MA editorial

Drink is a vital mix of the on-trade market, but are you making the most of the opportunity the fast-changing market is offering?

Campaign win: brothers Patrick and Joseph Ryan are delighted the proposed building of flats was turned down

Victory for pub’s campaign against flats

By Emily Hawkins

A south London pub has won its fight against a proposal for flats to be built above the venue, a move that operators said would have destroyed their business.

A little sweetener: consumers are drinking more coffee out of home

Drinking spend is up, but eating down

By Nicholas Robinson

Brits plan to spend more money on drinking out over the coming months, Deloitte’s Leisure Consumer Report for the third quarter of 2019 has claimed.

Celeb involvement: chef Josh Eggleton is one star encouraging pubgoers to think pink at the bar

700 pubs back stem cell donation drive

By Emily Hawkins

The drinks industry has put its support behind a campaign to encourage pubgoers to register as stem cell and bone marrow donors.

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