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Experiences offer a way to make memories and money

By OpenTable

Across the country, diners are returning excited to make reservations again. They have a whole year of missed special occasions and get-togethers to catch up on and they are ready to celebrate, indoors and outdoors.

How can restaurants and pubs get free advice on dealing with noise complaints

Seminar offers free advice on tackling noise complaints

By BigHospitality

With noise nuisance rapidly becoming a major problem for a lot of operators on the return to trade, there’s still time to register to take part in a free online event to help you get to grips with the problem.

How to keep customers and staff restaurants Coronavirus

How to keep customers and staff safe this summer

By Kate Thompson

The director of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Wales on why proper staff training alongside a basic awareness of health and safety are key for safe summer trading.

 Natasha’s Law: what hospitality businesses need to know about the law change allergens

Ask the Experts

Natasha’s Law: what you need to know

By Michael Hordern

What does the upcoming law change making it a requirement for hospitality businesses to list all the ingredients and allergens present in their ‘pre-packed for direct sale’ food items mean for the industry?

What is a restaurant CVA and are they useful

Opinion

To CVA or not to CVA?

By Victoria Oates

Shelley Sandzer partner Victoria Oates explores Company Voluntary Agreement - CVAs for short - in the time of the Coronavirus crisis.

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