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Pubs part of dodgy cigarette business

Pubs part of dodgy cigarette business

The grip of the illegal tobacco trade has been revealed in an investigation by manufacturers JTI.

Pubs part of dodgy cigarette business
The top pub walks in the UK

The top pub walks in the UK

To celebrate National Walking Month, Inapub put together a collection of the best locations in the UK to go on a pub-orientated walk.

The top pub walks in the UK

Here’s the moment a pub got thanked at the Oscars

Most Oscar-winners like to thank their parents, their partners, maybe a teacher or two but have any of them thanked a pub before?

They have now.

"God is our landlord": Scottish pub becomes a church

"God is our landlord": Scottish pub becomes a church

 

Some may see publicans as modern day alternatives to priests, but for one Scottish landlord this is literally the case.

 

"God is our landlord": Scottish pub becomes a church
Want feedback? Then feed them to get them back

Want feedback? Then feed them to get them back

One in five people will never forgive you for a bad experience at your venue, according to the latest GO Technology report.

Want feedback? Then feed them to get them back
The top 10 seaside pubs in the UK

The top 10 seaside pubs in the UK

Inapub takes you on a journey through the best seaside pubs across Britain.

The top 10 seaside pubs in the UK
BII reveals Licensee of Year final 12

BII reveals Licensee of Year final 12

Twelve of the best licensees in the country are in contention for one of the industry's most prestigious awards.

BII reveals Licensee of Year final 12
JD Wetherspoon calls time on social media

JD Wetherspoon calls time on social media

Pubco JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has taken down all of its social media accounts for its pubs and headquarters, following the "trolling" of MPs and ethnic minorities on the platforms.

JD Wetherspoon calls time on social media
Norfolk man to complete 11-year crawl of a thousand pubs

Norfolk man to complete 11-year crawl of a thousand pubs

A man from Norfolk is due to complete a pub crawl across his local county which has seen him drink in 1,000 pubs over 11 years.

 

Norfolk man to complete 11-year crawl of a thousand pubs
Hospitality staff not getting enough support for stress

Hospitality staff not getting enough support for stress

Your staff could be in danger of burnout - but are you doing enough to help them?

Hospitality staff not getting enough support for stress
Smoking still influencing public health a decade after pub ban

Smoking still influencing public health a decade after pub ban

Scotland was the first country in the UK to ban smoking in pubs, but its drive for a "smoke-free" nation has hit the buffers, according to reports.

 

Smoking still influencing public health a decade after pub ban
Pub trade bodies welcome call for bottle deposit scheme

Pub trade bodies welcome call for bottle deposit scheme

The British Beer and Pub Association and UKHospitality have both welcomed the news that a bottle and can deposit return scheme will be introduced later this year.

 

Pub trade bodies welcome call for bottle deposit scheme
Fuller's pubs become water refilling stations

Fuller's pubs become water refilling stations

All of Fuller's pubs will become stations for people to fill up their empty water bottles for free.

Fuller's pubs become water refilling stations
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

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