Marston's chief executive Ralph Findlay: encouraging results

Marston's boosted by managed pubs

By Ewan Turney

Marston's has reported recent trading has been "encouraging" due to the good summer weather rather than the World Cup. Like-for-like sales at its...

Findlay: aiming to reverse spiral of decline

Marston's future models

By The PMA Team

Marston's chief executive Ralph Findlay has told City analysts that the "bar for long-term success" in the tenanted trade has been raised. He...

Marston's: converting 600 sites onto new retail agreement

Dalzell joins Marston's leased division

By Martyn Leek, M&C Report

Peter Dalzell, Marston's operations director of managed pubs, is to move to the tenanted arm to oversee the introduction of its new Retail Agreement.

EPA: Marston's beer was served on train

Cask ale trialled on train

By John Harrington

Cask ale could become a permanent feature on trains after the new Fastcask system was trialled on a train from London to Birmingham. Fastcask, from...

Marston's: opening 60 sites in three years

Marston's plans 135 more new-build pubs

By The PMA Team

Brewer and retailer Marston's has revealed plans to double the opening programme for new-build managed pubs to 135 in the next six years.

Marston's Inns and Taverns: saw like-for-like growth

Sales up at Marston's managed pubs

By Martyn Leek, M&C Report

Marston's has revealed a 1.4% increase in like-for-like sales at its managed pubs for the 26 weeks to 3 April.

Marston's: new format

Marston's to open first 'Magnum' pub

By The PMA Team

Marston's managed division, Inns & Taverns, is to open its first managed pub in a larger format it calls "Magnum", at a location in Dover this...

Marston's: received visit from Tory leader yesterday

Cameron visits Marston's Brewery

By Ewan Turney

Tory leader David Cameron visited Marston's brewery in Burton-on-Trent yesterday to launch his ideas on a new welfare contract. It is the second...


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