While a survey by UKHospitality (UKH) found that pubs were the hospitality industry’s most optimistic sub-sector ahead of the resumption of trade in July, the overall picture suggests a long and painful recovery from Covid-19.
Pubs, bars and music venues in Greater Manchester can now apply for additional Covid-19 funding after the region’s live gig platform, United We Stream, raised more than a quarter of a million pounds in its first month.
Five pub staff members were last month (February) advised to “self-isolate” themselves after a customer – who was unaware they had contracted coronavirus – entered the premises. Should operators be concerned or are there steps they can take to eradicate...
From university dropouts and former apprentices to masters’ graduates and multiple operators, The Morning Advertiser (MA) spoke to nine publicans who have made their mark at the business end of the bar in their 20s.
Visitor numbers across Britain are expected to rise further as the weaker pound makes it more attractive to foreigners and Brits alike, according to Dominic Worrall, owner of the Bull in Ditchling, East Sussex.
There’s water, water everywhere in the pub, used for nigh on everything. At the same time, it’s something that’s not usually much thought about. It’s taken for granted that H2O is just there, on tap when needed.