Disability

Disabled people are still being let down according to the House of Lords

Trade concern at disability report

By Emily Sutherland

Concerned licensees have hit back against a House of Lords report which argued that pubs breaching the Equality Act by not providing facilities for disabled people should be refused a licence or be shut down.

Staff training, clearer menus and an access statement can all helps pubs become more accessible

Legislation

How to make sure your pub is welcoming to someone with a disability

By Emily Sutherland

The issue of disabled access in pubs hit the headlines again recently in a damning House of Lords report that found many pubs are still failing to provide up-to-scratch facilities for people with physical and mental disabilities, with even basic services...

JD Wetherspoon: new opening

Wetherspoon to open new Hampshire pub

By Lesley Foottit

JD Wetherspoon is opening a new pub in Hampshire on Friday following a £1.1m re-development. The renovation of the Red Lion site in Petersfield,...