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Roslyns – Macmillan Coffee Morning

On Friday 30th September, Roslyns will be holding their very own Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

We have ‘Spot the Cake’, ‘Guess the weight’ and Best in show (Best baker award).

It’s all in a good cause – providing support to people facing cancer. Anything raised will ensure no one has to face cancer alone


The Pub & Bar Show 2016

We shall be at London Olympia from the 3rd to the 5th October for this years Pub and Bar Show.

We’re really looking forward to seeing you there. For more info, click here

To register for your free tickets, click here

We’ll be at stand WH78

See you there!


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Auto-enrolment: What Is It and What Do I Have to Do?

With UK employers now legally required to provide an employee pension scheme, here’s a detailed step-by-step auto-enrolment guide

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Star Pubs & Bars advise licensees on Pokémon Go

Pubco Star Pubs and Bars have given advice to licensees on how to market the latest gaming craze Pokémon Go.


5 tips to make your pub more family friendly

Pubs are popular go-to venues for families to socialise and spend quality time with one another as well as meet up with other families. Yet there are many that are not making the most of their facilities to create a child-friendly atmosphere, which could put customers off. Top tips here


Smoking bans, supermarkets and the recession: how pubs overcame the hardest decade in the trade’s history

By the end of the first decade of the new century, it was being called ‘the perfect storm’, a convergence of challenges that made it one of the toughest periods the licensed trade had ever experienced. More…


Recession fears over Brexit vote

Licensees have expressed concern about the impact of Brexit on their pubs as senior trade figures called on the government to act quickly to reassure businesses and consumers


Short, medium and long-term tax implications of Brexit?

Following the Leave victory on Friday morning (24 June) and the Prime Minister’s subsequent decision to leave office in October, the government is likely to be in disarray for the next 3-4 months. Politicians and civil servants are trying to regain control of a chaotic situation with no visible long-term plan in place. More…

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What are the rules on betting in pubs?

This week’s legal Q&A focuses on the issue of pub betting regulations.