The British pub scene was shocked this month when a yearlong investigation carried out by Havering Council ruled that an unsafe Christmas dinner had caused the death of one woman and the illness of over 30 punters. The tragedy occurred at Essex’s The Railway Hotel and resulted in the death of Della Callagher, a 46 year old mother of one.
Keep up a roaring trade this Christmas
Christmas is fast approaching and it’s one of the busiest times of the year for pubs across the nation. This represents a huge opportunity to boost profits and set your pub up for a cracking 2015. If you’re a pub landlord looking to capitalise on Christmas merrymakers, read on for some useful tips and advice on how to keep trade thriving throughout the festive season.
From Country Taverns to Inner City Cocktail Bars, Every Pub Needs Insurance!
Despite differences in service, location and clientele, all pubs need insurance! Whether you run a sleek inner city cocktail bar or a friendly country pub, the risks are virtually the same. To give you an idea of why insurance is so important, we’ve put together a list of the most common issues faced by every pub, regardless of status.
Keep the Taps Flowing With Comprehensive Pub Insurance
From wine bars and bistros to village pubs and roadside taverns, every public house should have adequate insurance. To give you an idea of just how important it is to be covered, we’ve put together a list of some of the most common scenarios faced by pub owners across the nation.