Community Pub

Community Spirit: Inverie Village (credit Mark Harris)

Britain’s most remote pub saved by local community

By Rebecca Weller

The Old Forge in Inverie, listed as the Guinness World Records most remote pub in mainland Britain, has received £508,000 through the Scottish Land Fund (SLF) after months of fundraising.

Doing the double: Staffordshire to get second Neil Morrissey pub

Neil Morrissey to open second pub

By MCA and MA staff

Actor Neil Morrissey has secured a second site for his fledgling pub company, MA's sister title MCA understands.

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.

Sawday’s Pub Awards 2015: the winners

Sawday’s Pub Awards 2015: the winners

By Daniel Woolfson

The latest edition of Sawday’s Special Places: Pubs & Inns will hit bookshelves on August 3, featuring a comprehensive guide to over 1,000 of the country’s pubs as well as the winners of Sawday’s Pub Awards 2015/16.

Watson accepts Marston's award

Marston's names pub of the year

By Lesley Foottit

The Mustard Pot in Leeds has been crowned Marston's Pub of the Year 2010. The Chapel Allerton pub also scooped the top award in the entreprenuerial...

Agnew: added services to pub

Horse & Hound: home turf

By Robyn Black

Lucy Agnew, licensee of the Horse & Hound tells Robyn Black why coming out of retirement to rejuvenate a community pub was the right move.