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National Pubwatch Newsletter - August 2015

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT RE DIAGEO NATIONAL PUBWATCH AWARDS
 
Entries for these Awards have been extended until 21 August 2015...(read more here)

NATIONAL PUBWATCH CONFERENCE 2016 – SAVE THIS DATE
 
The 13th National Pubwatch Conference will be on Tuesday 23rd February 2016 at The Mecure Hotel, Sheffield (further details will be posted on the National Pubwatch website in due course). We are keen to ensure that subject matter at the conference is relevant to the trade and attending delegates; to that end if you have any subject which you would like to be discussed during the breakout sessions please e-mail mark.worthington@nationalpubwatch.org.uk with brief details, we can then coordinate responses and try and tailor the conference to suit those attending.

THE SCOTTISH BUSINESS RESILIENCE CENTRE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE WE ARE HOSTING SCOTLAND'S FIRST PUBWATCH SUMMIT
 
This Pubwatch  Summit will take place over a half day on Thursday 10th September 2015 at Edinburgh’s prestigious National Galleries with confirmed speakers from National Pubwatch, The BII, Tennent’s Training Academy and Best Bar None...(read more here)
 
THE NEW PUBWATCH EVALUATION TOOLKIT
 
The new Pubwatch Evaluation Toolkit is collaboration between National Pubwatch and Leeds Beckett University and has been funded by Portman Group on behalf of the Social Responsibility Alliance...(read more here)
 
FALMOUTH DRINKERS COULD FACE BREATHALYSERS AT CLUBS UNDER A SCHEME BEING DEVELOPED BY THE POLICE
 
Drinkers heading to Falmouth nightclubs could be turned away under a new scheme being developed by the police. The scheme being devised by police in Falmouth would involve potential customers being breathalysed at the door and turned away if they are deemed too drunk...(read more here)
 
NEWQUAY LAUNCHES 'INAPPRORPRIATE CLOTHING' CRACKDOWN
 
They've already cracked down on the Borat-style mankini and booze-fuelled antisocial behaviour, but now police in Newquay are taking a zero-tolerance stance on "offensive clothing" in a bid to improve the image of the resort.  Police and publicans have created a new code of conduct for the Newquay Pubwatch scheme...(read more here)
 
POLICE OFFICERS HONOURED WITH NPW COMMENDATIONS FOR WORK WITH MARLOW PUBWATCH SCHEME
 
Police officers who helped establish Marlow's first Pubwatch scheme have been awarded commendations to recognise their contribution to the town...(read more here)
 
PUBWATCH SCHEME WAS HIGHLIGHT OF RETIRING POLICEMAN’S TIME IN STAPLEFORD
 
Stapleford officer, Pete Farrell, has told how the town has transformed from the "Wild West" to a place
he has ‘grown to love’.  The beat manager is set to retire this month after 21 years in the town and more than 30 with Nottinghamshire Police. He was given his second unexpected leaving gift at a surprise party was held for him...(read more here)
 
UCKFIELD AND CROWBOROUGH DRINKERS WILL HAVE DETAILS SHARED BETWEEN PUBWATCH SCHEMES
 
Drinkers banned from pubs and clubs in either Uckfield or Crowborough will have their details shared between the towns' respective Pubwatch schemes...(read more here)
 
SCUNTHORPE LANDLORDS TO QUIZ CRIME COMMISSIONER
 
Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove has agreed to take part in a question and answer session with the 30 members of the Scunthorpe Pub Watch at their next meeting...(read more here)
 
NEWCASTLE BAR OWNERS WARNED ABOUT SIX MEN FOLLOWING TUP TUP PALACE SHOOTING
 
A notice handed to bars in Newcastle gives them power to refuse the six - including two Sayers family members - entry as part of Pubwatch scheme.  A warning about six men has gone out to doorman and pub staff after a drive by shooting in Newcastle...(read more here)
 
BROTHERS JAILED FOR CONSPIRACY TO BURGLE PUBS ACROSS SOUTH OF ENGLAND
 
Two brothers who targeted pubs across the south of England have been jailed for a total of 11 years after admitting conspiracy to burgle...(read more here)
 
YOUNG MEN JAILED FOR 'RAMPAGE' OF VIOLENCE IN DORKING WHICH LEFT THREE INJURED
 
The court heard how the three men had been drinking heavily and assaulted their victims outside three Dorking pubs.  Two young men have been sent to prison after going on a ‘rampage’ of ‘thuggery’ in Dorking town centre which left three people injured...(read more here)
 
VIOLENT ATTACK ENDS IN MAN’S 25-YEAR BAN FROM WREXHAM PUBS
 
A man who assaulted a pub doorman in an unprovoked attack has been barred from town centre pubs for 25 years...(read more here)

TOOLS AND RESOURCES
 
New Pubwatch Posters – view the range and download from here
Regional Map – check out your local representative here
Scheme Locator – make sure your Pubwatch is on the map – free registration here
New ‘Information Wanted’ Service – check the latest details here

 




 
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