Moderate alcohol consumption can


Alcohol 'good for body and mind'

By Sara Hussein

Moderate and low-alcohol consumption could “improve” people’s personal and mental wellbeing, according to a recent study. 

The Star Inn will become a Co-op


Pub stripped of ACV status to become Co-op store

By Emily Sutherland

A Surrey pub that was stripped of its asset of community value status in September will be turned in to a Co-op after Woking Borough Council approved an application for change of use.

There has been a dramatic decline in the number of young people drinking

1 in 5 millennials teetotal according to new survey

By Emily Sutherland

One in five 16-24 year olds don’t drink any alcohol at all according to a new survey, with two thirds reporting that alcohol was either not very important or not at all important to their social lives.

The judging panel is looking for businesses that train employees and support the local community

Pubs urged to shout about their work for the community

By Ellie Bothwell

Pubs are being encouraged to contact their local MPs and shout about their work for the community after the All-Party Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group (APCRG) launched a new initiative to celebrate responsible businesses.

Simon Hall: 'It appears that fear of the unknown is one of the major factors in play for prospective purchases'

Fleurets: Being an ‘asset of community value’ is not an advantage

By Simon Hall

Last month the Campaign for Real Ale revealed that 600 pubs had been labelled assets of community value and this week the Government pledged to tighten planning regulations around ACV-listed pubs. But how does the listing affect the sale of a pub? Simon...

Karen Fewell believes you need to entertain on social networks to get customers to engage with you


What’s the secret to social media?

By PubFood

Karen Fewell, founder of @DigitalBlonde, a digital marketing consultancy and marketing training company for the hospitality industry helps answer the question