The importance of evaluating success – a new film introducing the National Pubwatch Evaluation Toolkit

How do you know if all your hard work has had a positive effect on reducing crime and making your pubs and bars safer places to work and socialise?

NPW has produced a new film to look at the issue and explore why you might want to measure your success. We look at the issue from the perspective of a fictional Pubwatch Chairman called David Rowntree, who is being interviewed by a journalist about his scheme winning the NPW Pubwatch award. See the film here

The film was made for us by Mini Mammoth films. We are grateful to the staff and management of Clayton’s Bar in Marlow for allowing us to use their premises for filming.

The NPW evaluation toolkit can be found here

The Diageo NPW Award 2017 is currently open for application. The online process can be found here.

It is a relatively simple matter to make an application for the award but the judges will be looking for good examples of what your scheme has done to make your pubs and bars safer places to work and socialise.

We know that putting yourself forward for an award can sometimes seems a daunting process, particularly if you have never done this type of thing before. So if you want help and advice please contact your NPW Regional Representative