News Archive

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Darwen Pubwatch (Darwen Bar-U) to use plastic glasses

13/3/18: PLASTIC glasses are set to be introduced in pubs and bars in a town centre following the tragic death of a young man. ‘Jay Jay’ Livesey Taylor, 23, of Darwen, died after he was was stabbed in the neck with a champagne glass outside the Esco-Bar, in The Green, Darwen on January 28 just […]

Penrith Pubwatch – New scheme to tackle drug use

10 March 2018. A first of its kind scheme for Cumbria has been rolled out this week in the hope of tackling social drug use. Penrith Pubwatch scheme was founded around 16 years ago and has grown to cover 27 pubs and clubs in Penrith, Eamont Bridge and Pooley Bridge. Its aim is to create […]

NPW recognises outstanding contribution

27/2/18 Nottingham (L to R) Chief Constable Craig Guildford, PC Paul Horton, Emma Willder, PC Kevin Roberts and David Dadds Chief Constable Craig Guildford presented three deserving recipients with NPW Awards at our annual conference. Lisa Willder the General Manager of the Lord Derby Pub in Lytham St. Annes received the NPW Award of Merit […]

National Pubwatch delivers it’s 15th conference

Jonathon Swaine – Fullers 27/2/18 Extreme weather warnings failed to deter over 200 delegates from attending the 15th annual National Pubwatch conference, which this year was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nottingham City centre. The conference was run in association with the Security Industry Authority (SIA) who have developed a strong working relationship […]

Chelmsford Pubwatch issues ‘Acid Attack’ kits

Members of Chelmsford Pubwatch have taken a proactive decision to equip their establishments with acid attack kits following the serious incident at Club Mangle London in April 2017 where at least 14 people were injured. Chelmsford is considered to be a very safe city and has not yet experienced any acid attack within the night […]

New Free Mental Health Support for people working in pubs and bars

Free support is available on a range of mental health issues for people working in pubs and bars, from the charity that is bespoke to our sector – the Licensed Trade Charity. The Licensed Trade Charity’s new free helpline is operated by trained counsellors, who can help with support for any difficulty you are facing: […]

National Pubwatch appoints new Honorary President

Left to right: Steve Baker Chair NPW and Lord Roy Kennedy Lord Roy Kennedy of Southwark has been appointed as the new National Pubwatch Honorary President. He has worked closely with the pub and hospitality trade over many years in his role as a Labour Vice-Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group. Steve Baker Chair […]

Aberdeen pub joins scheme to help reduce alcohol-related violence

21/12/2017 The Cocket Hat, on North Anderson Drive A scheme aimed at reducing alcohol-related violence in an Aberdeen community has expanded. The Mastrick Pubwatch initiative, which was launched in June, initially comprised of police and representatives from Murdo’s Bar, the Three Lums, Gray’s Inn and Croft Tavern. This month the Cocket Hat, on North Anderson […]

Pubwatch scheme extends its reach to Newton Stewart and Wigtown

19 December 2017 A scheme which allows licensees to ban individuals from their premises in south west Scotland has been extended. Sites in Newton Stewart and Wigtown have signed up to the area’s Pubwatch to join up with their counterparts in Stranraer. It means that anyone issued with an exclusion order could find themselves banned […]

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