Lockdown roadmap: What it actually means

The UK Government has released its four step plan to getting out of Lockdown. Here is what it means to Brighton, Hove, and everywhere. A four step plan for getting the UK back to a semblance of normality has been revealed – with pubs, bars and restaurants still facing lengthy closures. There will be a minimum five week gap between each rule change to allow … Continue reading Lockdown roadmap: What it actually means

Pubs: Rumours of booze-less reopenings spark worry

Rumours that Brighton pubs may be able to open in April but not serve alcohol have sparked worry and condemnation in the industry. Whispers from Westminster are hinting that pubs and restaurants will be able to open from April, as long as they don’t serve alcohol. The “reopening but only in name” has rightfully been slammed by all corners of the pub trade, with many … Continue reading Pubs: Rumours of booze-less reopenings spark worry

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Pubs, clubs, seeking public input into impact inquiry

Night time economy leaders, including the big names in pubs, clubs and bars are calling on the public to have their say in a Parliamentary inquiry into the sector. An All Party Parliamentary Group report into the impact of the Covid pandemic on the late night economy is seeking input from publicans, employees and consumers. Those wishing to have their voice heard can do so: … Continue reading Pubs, clubs, seeking public input into impact inquiry