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Newswire - 15 June

Newswire - 15 June

This week in Newswire: Ministers weigh up hospitality rescue over billions in unpaid rent, curtain poised to rise on state rescue for theatres, BrewDog apologises after 'toxic' culture claim, Drake & Morgan CVA approved, industry welcomes amended licensing regulations, government launches UK Tourism Recovery Plan, more than half of hospitality workers still on furlough, pubs cash in with table charges to watch Euro matches and finally beer brand Corona has constructed a pop-up sustainable beach bar that contains no metal, plastic or concrete

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15 June 2021 Newswire Topics: Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Rental , Restaurants

Newswire - 8 June

Newswire - 8 June

This week in Newswire: Prezzo to open first restaurant since 2018 at Islington Square, smoke free policies 'hugely disproportionate step', staff shortages lead to 'ransoms', Caffe Carluccio's plans 500 sites in five years, more than half of adults in the UK have planned daycations rather than staycations this summer, Radisson's flagship Sheffield hotel development gets underway, Parkdean Resorts inks deal to roll out Thunderbird Fried Chicken across venues and finally diners on a floating river cruise restaurant had to be rescued after the craft ran aground and got stuck in mud

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08 June 2021 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 2 June

Newswire - 2 June

This week in Newswire: Marathon buys 17 IHG-branded hotels, Marston's premium arm leads recovery with £500,000 refurbishment project, Robinsons Brewery continues portfolio investment, a quarter of Britain's licensed premises still to reopen after lockdown, restaurants will toast a summer of takeover deals as sales rebound, holiday park operator eyes up further locations after £100m funding boost, The Hoxton to open five new European hotels and finally restaurants say plans to display the calorie content of food on menus in England should be delayed while the sector recovers from the pandemic.

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Newswire - 25 May

Newswire - 25 May

This week in Newswire: Hawthorn prefer listing over sale, number of licensed premises falls 8560, Aspirational Brands expand in south Manchester, 2 Holiday Inn Express Hotels for sale in North west, Young's confirms planned sale of Tenanted estate, Greene King to progress CVA of Loch Fyne, pubs must offer a great experience and finally Pure Leisure Group acquire 3 sites.

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25 May 2021 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Investments , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants , Scotland

Newswire - 18 May

Newswire - 18 May

This week in Newswire: Brits 'to go on £800m spending spree' as 45,000 pubs finally open indoors, pubs risk running short of beer as reopening accelerates, former Greene King chief Rooney Anand eyes pubs deal, Grant Thornton fights back on Patisserie Valerie, grants of up to £25k available for Welsh pubs, Boparan partners with Sainsbury's to launch trio of concepts, enforced calorie-counting is no way to improve the nation's diet, Signature Living recovery plan continues at pace and finally husband-and-wife team behind the Raglan Arms in Llandenny, have opted to raffle off their fully-stocked pub!

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18 May 2021 Newswire Topics: Finance , Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 11 May

Newswire - 11 May

This week in Newswire: High Court challenge to the Government's delay to reopening indoor hospitality fails, 107 Covid 'outbreaks' linked to pubs since last summer, Treehouse Hotels to open second UK site, £80.8bn worth of sales wiped out in past 12 months, Wendy's: Burger giant plans return to the UK after 20 years, Puttshack secures $60m for UK and US expansion, Travelodge to open 17 new hotels this year with £175m investment, North Yorkshire holiday park operator acquires animal visitor attraction for £1.85m and finally how have operators adapted to trading at the mercy of a cold British spring.

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11 May 2021 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Investments , Leisure & Nightclubs , Manchester , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 5 May

Newswire - 5 May

This week in Newswire: Tao Group Hospitality acquires Hakkasan Group, SAGE admits risk of catching covid in a pub or restaurant is 'relatively low', Town Hotels to open two properties this year, Prospect Pubs & Bars ramps up expansion with four new openings planned, Covid modellers 'optimistic' third wave may not happen at all, UK clubbers return to Liverpool for trial night, British non-alcoholic spirits firm valued at £100m after cash haul, COVID-19: Pubs running low on certain beers after brewers underestimate post-lockdown demand and finally UFC superstar Conor McGregor, who managed to grab headlines in 2019 when he assaulted Des Keogh at The Marble Arch in Drimnagh, Dublin and was then subsequently convicted is now in the process of purchasing The Marble Arch for around £1.7m.

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05 May 2021 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Investments , Leisure & Nightclubs , Liverpool , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 27 April

Newswire - 27 April

This week in Newswire: Hawthorn acquires 14 pubs from Everards, Outdoor hospitality sees 'encouraging' first week of sales though recovery has long way to go, Welsh pubs to open inside alongside English counterparts, The Inn Collection Group on the hunt to fill 200 positions across portfolio, Avian flu outbreak could cause a chicken shortage in the UK, Indian billionaire businessman leads acquisition of Stoke Park for £57m, caravan park acquired by expanding family business and finally pub-goers in England have complained about pint prices soaring since boozers were allowed to reopen outdoors from April 12.

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27 April 2021 Newswire Topics: Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 20 April

Newswire - 20 April

This week in Newswire: Drink sales rocket on hospitality's first day of trading, Leon: Billionaire Issa brothers buy fast food chain, 'Not the time' for mandatory calorie labels on pints, Hawthorn looks to IPO as a standalone business, Loungers to open four more venues in "tenant-friendly environment" post lockdown, Britons' Just Eat orders nearly double in Covid lockdown, Yo! Sushi eyes listing as it shifts focus to US and shops and finally he re-opening of pubs with outdoor space has led to the emergence of a new trend - the "pub hood". According to ITV online, the online home shop OHS has seen sales of hoodie blankets rise 781% compared with last year. The 'pub hood' hoodie blanket is an oversized hoodie sweatshirt usually made with fleece type material. There is now a camouflage version being marketed as "for those who can only get a weekday pub garden booking and want to avoid being spotted by the boss". Some may prefer never to be spotted wearing one - in any circumstances.

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20 April 2021 Newswire Topics: Pubs & Bars , Restaurants

Newswire - 13 April

Newswire - 13 April

This week in Newswire: Covid lockdown eases: 'Sense of celebration' as pubs and shops reopen, government launches call for evidence to assess progress of commercial rent negotiations, 'Incidental' live music permitted in reopened pub gardens, government 'stalling tactics' fail as Sacha Lord's High Court case expediated, Bad Axe Throwing to open second UK site, at Boxpark Croydon, Snow Centres Group snaps up Chill Factore, Fazenda Birmingham to reopen after deal struck with landlord and finally "Duke of Edinburgh" pubs are unable to give Prince Philip proper send off.

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13 April 2021 Newswire Topics: Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Rental , Restaurants