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Our campaign resources aim to provide you with a wide range of information and materials you’ll need to become a fantastic campaigner for pubs, beer and cider!

Saving Your Local Pub

A comprehensive toolkit for campaigners covering saving your local pub.

This document from UKHospitality covers hospitality as a whole, rather than pubs specifically, and provides operational advice and risk assessment considerations. It also contains several template documents. Please note that the information relates to Scotland only.

This document from UKHospitality covers hospitality as a whole, rather than pubs specifically, and provides operational advice and risk assessment considerations. It also contains several template documents. Please note that the information relates to Wales only.

This document from UKHospitality covers hospitality as a whole, rather than pubs specifically, and provides operational advice and risk assessment considerations. It also contains several template documents. Please note that the information relates to England only.

This template document from SIBA provides guidance on carrying out a risk assessment before reopening for pubs, breweries and taprooms.

This table published by the Pubs Code Adjudicator sets out how tied tenants can access their Pubs Code rights when the period covered by the COVID-19 emergency declaration ends on the 30 June 2020.

This toolkit produced by the government gives an overview of the steps pubs should take to support NHS Test and Trace. It covers the basics of how and why data should be collected, and provides example messaging for businesses. Please note this applies in England only.

This document, produced by the Department of Health and Social Care, provides a comprehensive list of FAQs on data collection for NHS Test and Trace. This applies to England only.

This document from the Department of Health and Social Care, provides guidance for pubs in England about maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors to support NHS Test and Trace.

This document, produced by the British Institute of Innkeeping, the British Beer and Pub Association and UKHospitality, provides guidance for pubs in England on supporting the governments’ Test and Trace program. It covers what data to record, how to record it, and information about GDPR.

Also relevant to GDPR is this guidance from the Information Commissioners Office.

This document is the latest government advice for pubs in Scotland on keeping staff and customers safe when pubs reopen outside space on 6 July, and indoors from 15 July.

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