BBPA Job Opportunity - Digital Communications Manager

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), the leading trade association representing the interests of the brewing and pub industries, is seeking an experienced digital communications manager to work as part of a busy team. Based in our head office in the City of London you will be responsible for delivering external communications with a strong emphasis on digital platforms and written media. The successful candidate will: • Develop social media and digital campaigns to help to achieve BB...


Election 2017 – BBPA manifesto urges all parties to back policies for unlocking growth and investment in British beer and pubs

With the general election just weeks away, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has published a manifesto for the brewing and pub industry outlining its...



Pubs carrying huge tax burden from business rates, new report shows

Britain’s pubs carry one of the heaviest tax burdens in the UK economy, says a new report from Oxford Economics for the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).


BBPA comments on today’s publication of Pub Code plans in Small Business Bill

"We will be studying the bill in detail, but on an initial reading, there are no big surprises. The bill as published does however raise issues, and we will be drawing these to the attention of MPs and Ministers."


Nottingham - opposition to Late Night Levy plans for whole city

Comment on moves toward a Late Night Levy in Nottingham, Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive of the British Beer & Pub Association.


Business Rates – BBPA submits proposals to help small businesses

Amidst ongoing concern over the cost of business rates to pubs, the BBPA has submitted a series of proposals to the Government focused on helping smaller pub premises.


World Cup - brewers and pubs ready to cheer on England!

With England’s World Cup Campaign about to get underway, The British Beer & Pub Association says that Britain’s brewing and pub industry will be right at the heart of supporting the team.


New Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill confirms Statutory Code for Pub Companies

With confirmation in the Queen’s speech that the Government will introduce a Statutory Code for Pub Companies in this legislative session, Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive of the British Beer & Pub Association comments.


Government proposals on pub companies and tenants – BBPA comment

Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive, comment.


Pub hours - big welcome for World Cup changes in Wales

Commenting on today’s move by the Government to help Welsh pubs wit...


Pubs are GREAT website launched by pubs Minister Brandon Lewis

The British Beer & Pub Association and Pubs Minister Brandon Lewis ...


Late Easter and wet weather hits beer sales

The late Easter and the extreme weather at the start of the year hit quarterly beer sales say the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).

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