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Tom Kerridge's Picnic in the Park cancelled

Tom Kerridge's Picnic in the Park cancelled

By James McAllister

Tom Kerridge and his Pub in the Park team have cancelled this weekend's Picnic in the Park event in Marlow over safety fears connected to the rise in Coronavirus cases.

Thai Leisure Group enters second CVA in a year

Thai Leisure Group enters second CVA in a year

By James McAllister

Thai Leisure Group is to enter in to its second Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) in less than 12 months, after proposals were approved by creditors late last night (20 September).

Sales dip after Eat Out to Help Out ends CGA

Sales dip after EOHO ends

By James McAllister

Food and drink sales fell back in the week following the end of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme (EOHO), according to the latest CGA data.

Executive chef at Ormer Mayfair dancing, Great British Menu and what he thinks is the most overrated food

Flash-grilled: Kerth Gumbs

By James McAllister

The executive chef at Ormer Mayfair on his love of dancing, Great British Menu and what he thinks is the most overrated food.

Extension to the lease forfeiture moratorium, the 10pm curfew in the North East the closure of Ace Hotel Shoreditch.

Friday Five: the week's top news

By BigHospitality

A round-up some of the main hospitality news stories from the past week including the extension to the lease forfeiture moratorium, the 10pm curfew in the North East, and the closure of Ace Hotel Shoreditch.

Hospitality businesses in Lancashire and Merseyside face curfews London lockdown

Hospitality businesses in Lancashire and Merseyside face curfews

By BigHospitality

Hospitality businesses in Lancashire and Merseyside are set to be hit by a curfew similar to the one introduced earlier this week in the North East, with a national lockdown also still not being ruled out, as cases of Coronavirus continue to surge in...

Government rule of six will hit hospitality hard, says poll

Rule of six will hit hospitality hard, says poll

By BigHospitality

The Government’s ‘rule of six’ will negatively impact an overwhelming majority of hospitality businesses, according to the latest Lumina Intelligence’s Hospitality Leaders Poll.

Latest opening: chef Adejoké ‘Joké’ Bakare's West African-inspired restaurant Chishuru Brixton Village

Latest opening: Chishuru

By James McAllister

Having triumphed in last year's Brixton Kitchen competition, chef Adejoké ‘Joké’ Bakare has opened Chishuru - a restaurant based on her West African-inspired supper club-concept of the same name.

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