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Nigel Findlay, manager of Staggs Bar in Musselburgh, which was last year named Camra's Scottish pub of the year, said: "I think there is an element of truth in that.
Campaigners say high beer duty, unfair business rates and VAT contribute to the number of pub closures
Following the revamp, there will be different events and entertainment every day of the week, including talent contests and a pub quiz.
However, while the overall number of pubs and bars has fallen, the picture is very different for larger and smaller establishments.
One in four independentlyowned pubs have closed, while the number owned by large chains such as JD Wetherspoon has stayed almost steady, dipping from 6,000 to 5,800 over 20 years.
average pub has eight employees With a quarter of pubs closing in the last decade, we need the Government to act now to save our pubs from extinction.
ger bing aller Experts local are a " It means that bigger pubs are absorbing the staff from smaller drinking establishments.
As well as drinking on the job, the 'Pub-licist' will also have to tuck into pies, lasagne, and fish and chips, and attending entertainment events, on top of playing the odd game of darts, karaoke or taking part in the pub quiz.
Bridge End Inn in Ruabon has been officially named Wales' top pub by the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra), who produce the annual book.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 29, 2017-Heineken Closes Acquisition of UK Pub Operator Punch Taverns
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 26, 2015-Growth in pub business triggered by increase in young landlords
A new Pubs Code has been given final approval in Parliament, giving thousands of community pubs more power to buy beer without restrictions imposed by the pub companies that own them.