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The Eastfield Inn caters to kids and grown-ups

Famous for being family-friendly

Family-friendly pubs – fish finger-fuelled soft-play pandemonium or calm, welcoming haven for a post work pint? You may think the two are mutually exclusive propositions, but a visit to the Eastfield Inn, Bristol will prove you wrong.

The Eastfield Inn caters to kids and grown-ups
Pawsome idea for a "dog pub" seeks crowdfunding

Pawsome idea for a "dog pub" seeks crowdfunding

There are many dog-friendly pubs out there, but have you ever been to a pub that is specifically for dogs? Well, that's the plan one couple want to make a reality.

Pawsome idea for a "dog pub" seeks crowdfunding
Celebrating pubs and writers on World Poetry Day

Celebrating pubs and writers on World Poetry Day

The UK has a rich history of poets sinking pints in their local boozers, and several of the UK's most well-known writing communities were founded and met in pubs. To celebrate World Poetry Day, Inapub takes a look at bards and their beers.

Celebrating pubs and writers on World Poetry Day
Are these Britain's best pub interiors?

Are these Britain's best pub interiors?

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has revealed the best pub designs across Britain, which includes the 'longest bar in Britain', a 1930s neo-Georgian roadhouse, a former Victorian coffeehouse and a new build pub.

Are these Britain's best pub interiors?
How a community raised £1m to save its pub

How a community raised £1m to save its pub

Against a backdrop of pub closures – the latest CAMRA stats are 18 per week – the six year story of a local community coming together to purchase its pub is certainly heartwarming.

How a community raised £1m to save its pub
Hospitality sees huge spike in employment - but it might not be good news...

Hospitality sees huge spike in employment - but it might not be good news...

A study has shown a huge unexpected boost in hospitality employment, but the firm behind the figures claims it reveals a sector 'desperate' to fill vacancies ahead of Brexit.

Hospitality sees huge spike in employment - but it might not be good news...
How to cope when social media goes wrong

How to cope when social media goes wrong

Social media can be an amazing way for licensees to promote their businesses to customers both old and new but it can also go wrong. Here's our advice on how to cope if the worst happens...

How to cope when social media goes wrong
Pantone's colour of 2018 is ultra violet

Pantone has chosen its colour for 2018…

...and it's "dramatically provocative" and communicates "originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking." What could it be?

Pantone's colour of 2018 is ultra violet
Mother's Day facts for you

Barstool Expert: All about Mother's Day

Mother's Day is big business for pubs. Here's everything you need to know about the big day...

Mother's Day facts for you
The Cricketers

Former boarded-up pub wins CAMRA pub of the year

A pub that was boarded-up five years ago has won the Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) pub of the year competition.

The Cricketers
Customers want to book with you on their mobiles

Customers want to book with you on their mobiles

Growing numbers of people want to secure a table using mobile technology.

Customers want to book with you on their mobiles
Revealed: what the nation thinks of your toilets

Revealed: what the nation thinks of your toilets

Pubs have got some of the worst restrooms around - and the majority of women have cleaned a public toilet before using it.

Revealed: what the nation thinks of your toilets
PubAid is looking for the Charity Fundraising Pub of The Year

Could your pub be the charity fundraiser of the year?

MPS and the great and the good of the pub industry are being asked to nominate their Charity Fund Raising Pub of the Year.

PubAid is looking for the Charity Fundraising Pub of The Year

Plymouth Best bar None wins for 33% reduction in crime

The pubs and bars of Plymouth came out on top in this year's National Best Bar None Awards, with the area scooping Best Overall Scheme.

Check out our guide to the best taxidermy in pubs

Top taxidermy in pubs

Great stuff! 10 of the best beasts adorning our pub walls

Check out our guide to the best taxidermy in pubs
There's a Beer For That is to change its focus to beer and pubs

There’s A Beer For That to focus on pubs

The cross-industry funded British Beer Alliance is to switch its focus from promoting the positive aspects of beer via its There's A Beer For That campaign to set its sights on raising awareness of the threats facing the pub sector.

There's a Beer For That is to change its focus to beer and pubs

Watch: The World’s Longest Pub Crawl

In 1984, four men walked into a pub. Then another and another... Around 33 years later one of them, Peter Hill, has clocked up a 20,000 pubs and turned it into a record-breaking mission.

At Upham pubs guests are offered hot water bottles

12 little touches to raise your accommodation game

These simple ideas to add something extra to your accommodation offer, will make all the difference - as tested and suggested by licensees themselves.

At Upham pubs guests are offered hot water bottles
Fire can't stop The Bell ringing out for Christmas

Fire can't stop The Bell ringing out for Christmas

A determined couple have been able to celebrate Christmas with their regulars, despite a fire devastating their business.

Fire can't stop The Bell ringing out for Christmas
Four steps to the perfect Christmas soundtrack

Four steps to the perfect Christmas soundtrack

Mariah Carey already getting you down? Noddy Holder leave you feeling less festive and more fed-up? Chris Rea driving you mad for Christmas?

 

Four steps to the perfect Christmas soundtrack

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