High praise: trade commends pubs 'on the front line' of terror attacks

Pubs ‘on the front line’ of terrorist attacks

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs played a vital role in protecting and caring for stranded, injured and scared civilians during the London Bridge terror attack on Saturday (3 June) night, trade leaders have said.

Attack: pubs help to keep customers safe during terror incident (image: Google Maps)

16 pubs surround London Bridge terror attack area

By Nicholas Robinson

At least 16 pubs and many more bars and restaurants surround the area where three knife-wielding terrorists unleashed a horrific attack in the capital last night (3 June), killing seven and wounding 48. Many of the pubs played a key role in keeping customers...

Help in a crisis: pubs are 'focal points' for members of the public in need

Pubs praised for helping Manchester terror attack victims

By Georgina Townshend

Hospitality venues such as pubs are “focal points” for members of the public in need of help, providing “assistance and reassurance”, it has been said following the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday (22 May).

Co-operation: communicating with other local businesses and local authorities is paramount to counteracting terrorism


Legal advice on the threat of terrorism

By Poppleston Allen

As we approach the busiest time of the year for the licensed trade, attention turns to planning festive events for your premises, organising staffing rotas and finalising the details of those Christmas party bookings.