Running your pub

Helping hand: When you are in debt it is important to have someone to offer you help

Debt management: the penny drops

By Jo Bruce

Financial problems are common across the entire sector so it’s no surprise many publicans are feeling the pinch. Here is some advice on coping with debt and finding a way out of it.

Ring return: Tyson Fury makes a long awaited return to boxing after more than two years away

Tyson Fury begins comeback against Albania’s Sefer Seferi

By Stuart Stone

Former world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury returns after two and a half years away from the ring. Can he make the likes of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder sit up and take notice when he fights Sefer Seferi on Saturday night?

Winning pair: Tanya and Alex Williams were commended for their knowledge and experience

St Austell publicans scoop Licensee of the Year 2018 award

By Claire Churchard and Stuart Stone

Tanya and Alex Williams of the Polgooth Inn in St Austell, Cornwall, have won the 2018 Licensee of the Year award – sponsored by Sky – at the British Institute of Innkeeping’s (BII) summer event.

Shoot-out winners: the Gun from Hackney hit five perfect penalties to victory over the Liver Vaults

The Gun wins shoot-out in BT Sport Pub Cup Final

By Stuart Stone

The Gun in Hackney, east London, beat the reigning BT Sport Pub Cup winners the Liver Vaults of Liverpool in a closely fought encounter to win this year’s competition.

Reaching remote parts: pubs offer vital community services that bring local residents together

Pub is the Hub showcases Cornish community pubs to MPs

By Claire Churchard

Pub is the Hub showcased the work of pubs that are diversifying their offer in Cornwall by inviting MPs Mike Wood and Steve Double to see how it supports pubs in providing community services in rural and remote parts of the country.

Match-day grub: 51% of fans said quality of food offering was either fairly important or very important when selecting a pub in which to watch sport.

A pub's guide to: the world cup

World Cup food: Simple fare for the taste buds

By Nicholas Robinson

Covering such a huge area means Russia draws culinary influences from Europe right over to eastern Asia. Dishes may be simple but there’s plenty to be said for traditional food that has come about through the many political and cultural upheavals during...

Opportunity to nurture: charity Only A Pavement Away looks to tackle homelessness and job vacancies

Finding hospitality jobs for the homeless

By Stuart Stone

Only a Pavement Away (OAPA) has been established to work with licensed hospitality and help the homeless and more vulnerable into jobs within the sector.

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