The best in the business are being invited to stake their claim for the title of BII Licensee of the Year.
That represents an increase of 6.9 per cent, according to the Fleurets Survey of Pub Prices report, which also shows great regional variation in prices and sales.
Got some plans that need funding? The Prince's Countryside Fund is open to grant applications from country pubs and other rural businesses from tomorrow (January 9).
That January is a tough month to run a pub is not news to any licensee, so it's no surprise that back in 2015 a chain of bars sought to boost business with a campaign called "Try January".
It's not just the punters who over indulge at Christmas – pub workers do too, so the Licensed Trade Charity (LTC) has put together some advice to help.
The Prince of Wales popped into a community owned pub last week to highlight the importance of rural pubs serving their local residents.
The longest serving publican in Wakefield, Shaun Slater, has received an award in recognition of his dedication to the trade.
Pubs near water are being urged to do what they can to ensure customers get home safely.
St Boniface church in Woodgreen, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, has set up a 'pop up' pub to provide drinks for the village while locals fight to take over the Horse and Groom.
A pub has been brought back to life in Oxford after spending nearly a century as a suit shop.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics have shown that more than 11,000 pubs have closed since 2008.
Being a scrooge with your Christmas decorations may not only be perceived as Bah humbug! by customers. It can have a direct impact on your bottom line, according to new research.
You work in a pub, you probably live in a pub too, and undoubtedly eat and drink in one, so why not read about pubs in your spare time too?
New figures from Barclaycard have revealed that card spend in pubs has increased by 11.7 per cent year on year.
New research by the University of Bristol shows how pubs have a crucial role to play in tackling loneliness amoung older men.
Trade bodies and MPs have called on the chancellor to maintain tax reliefs for the trade in next week's Budget.
A charity aiming to tackle homelessness through employment in the hospitality industry was launched in the House of Commons this week.
The Pentonbridge Inn, Penton, has won the Best Newcomer in this year's César awards, while The Star Inn, Harome, North Yorkshire was named Inn of the Year.
James Evison pulls-in to a listed building in King's Cross station.