Pub is the Hub

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Welcome to Pub is The Hub

Welcome to Pub is the Hub

The pub is often the centre or hub of community life and can also provide essential services beyond the usual drinks, food or entertainment.

We are an organisation of specialist voluntary advisors for rural pubs and licensees who are thinking of broadening their range of services.

 

We encourage good licensees communities, pub owners, breweries, local authorities and the private sector to work together to match community priority needs with additional services which can be provided by the local pub and a good licensee . 

News

25-Jun-2014

Norfolk County Council gives £30,000 to make pubs the hub

Brandon Lewis, Community Pubs Minister was at the launch today of a brand new fund set up by Norfolk County Council with Pub is The Hub to help Norfolk pubs to create community facilities and services where there are no...

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Regional Hubs

We encourage good licensees communities, pub owners, breweries, local authorities and the private sector to work together to match community priority needs with additional services which can be provided by the local pub and a good licensee . 

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Pub Schemes

17-Jun-2014

Y Talbot, Tregaron

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07-Mar-2014

Angler's Rest, Bamford

Background When the Angler’s Rest pub was threatened with closure and redevelopment by Admiral Taverns, Bamford Community Society was set up to purchase the pub.  At one time, Bamford boasted a number of public houses but gradually all closed until the...

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Latest Discussions

Time is short to catch the funding window....

In March 2012, Pub is The Hub announced a £1.3m fund to support diversification projects across eight rural counties in...

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More power for communities in 'Right to Bid'

The Community Right to Bid was created in the historic Localism Act in September 2012 across the country. This means...

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Looking for inspiration?

If you're thinking of diversification but you're not sure where to start - contact the regional advisor in your area...

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