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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 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.

This document is the latest government advice for pubs in Northern Ireland on keeping staff and customers safe when pubs reopen on 3 July

This document is the latest government advice for pubs in England on keeping staff and customers safe when pubs reopen on 4 July

Pubs in England are set to reopen on 4 July, and this document from Poppleston Allen discusses compliance with licence conditions and ways to reduce risk for licensed premises. It particularly focuses on licence conditions which might be incompatible with the planned re-opening format. Please note that this document does not constitute legal advice.

Contributors are:

Jim Cathcart (UK Hospitality)
Ian Graham (National Police Chiefs Council, Licensing Advisory Group)
Rebecca Johnson (Local Government Association)
John Miley (National Association of Licensing Enforcement Officers)
Clare Eames (Poppleston Allen)
Leo Charalambides (Kings Chambers)
David Lucas (Institute of Licensing)

This document from Cask Marque discusses the benefits of stocking cask ale after reopening. It gives guidance on the practicalities of which types of ale, and how much, to stock.

This document gives the selection criteria for the new CAMRA Register of Clubs with Historic Interiors.

For more information or to submit a nomination please email info@clubs.camra.org.uk

This document produced by Poppleston Allen contains information and a Q&A looking at reducing risk for licensed premises operating during the current pandemic, specifically the impact of COVID-19 regulations on providing off-sales. Please note that this document does not constitute legal advice.

Contributors are:

Jim Cathcart (UK Hospitality)
Ian Graham (National Police Chiefs Council, Licensing Advisory Group)
Rebecca Johnson (Local Government Association)
John Miley (National Association of Licensing Enforcement Officers)
Clare Eames (Poppleston Allen)
Leo Charalambides (Kings Chambers)
David Lucas (Institute of Licensing)

This document produced by Cask Marque provides a timetable for the month before reopening, and gives guidance on dealing with stock, cellar maintenance and hygiene.

Please note the government has not confirmed when pubs will be able to reopen, and this guidance is for information only.

This document issued by the BBPA provides guidance on the ways in which containers may be retrieved from pub cellars, in order for pubs to be resupplied in readiness for reopening.

This guide produced by the BBPA provides comprehensive, practical advice on the relaxation of rules around the destruction of beer in cellars. HMRC have confirmed that the details contained within the guide are consistent with, and support their recommendations.

The BBPA have also launched a cross industry platform to help manage the destruction of ullage. It can be accessed at https://www.returnyourbeer.co.uk/  and the BBPA estimates that around 90% of unsold beer in pub cellars will be covered by the scheme. Licensees can create an account on the website, submit details of the kegs in their cellar, and will be sent a notification by the relevant brewery of when they can destroy the beer. Further details are available on the website.

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