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Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
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Trade News

Following national reports of a 5-year-old girl receiving a fine for trading on the street, The Morning Advertiser's legal experts Poppleston Allen advised operators on outdoor trading.

Sharp’s brewery has announced the limited release of a California common-style beer.

The Pubs Code Adjudicator’s office raised a total levy of £1.5m in 2016/17 from the six pubcos covered by the legislation.

Star Pubs & Bars has invested £2.7m in kitchens, and will stump up another £1.6m this year, as part of its fixtures and fittings (F&F) policy.

The owners of an Essex pub have been fined more than £42,000 and stopped from selling food after rats were found nesting under the fridge in its kitchen.

A Leysdown-on-Sea pub has had its licence suspended with immediate effect after it failed to provide Kent Police with CCTV footage of an assault.

Camerons brewery is set to open its 11th Head of Stream venue this autumn, in the city of Liverpool. 

All eyes will be on the Women's England football team as they face Spain in the next round of the UEFA Women's Euro 2017. Catch this, as well as the final day of the Open Championship and pre-season football, this weekend.

Disasters at the UK’s favourite TV soap pubs would costs hundreds of thousands of pounds if the incidents happened in real life, according to security experts.

Elite chefs met for the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs regional dinner and enjoyed a taste sensation from three of the very best in their field. Nicholas Robinson reports.

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