Winterhalter Gets Ready For The Top Ten Countdown To The 2024 KP Of The Year
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Share Tweet Share Email 2024 sees Winterhalter celebrate the 10th Kitchen Porter of the Year competition, which aims to recognise the amazing work so many kitchen porters do to keep the UK’s foodservice industry in peak condition. Since it was first held in 2013 KPOTY has become one of the biggest and most prestigious awards in the industry, and has been praised for its focus on the vital role kitchen porters play in catering and foodservice. In many businesses KPs are the secret weapons of the kitchen, going above and beyond their standard duties to keep them running smoothly. For many of the ..read more
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Prime Minister Calls General Election for July 4th
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Share Tweet Share Email Rishi Sunak announced a July 4 general election in a huge gamble which stunned Tory MPs. The Prime Minister made a statement in Downing Street at around 5pm on Wednesday confirming he would go to the country in the summer, with the Tories currently around 20 points behind in the polls. Mr Sunak said: “ Now is the moment for Britain to choose its future.” Speaking outside No10, he stressed: “Earlier today, I spoke with His Majesty the King to request the dissolution of Parliament. The King has granted this request and we will have a General Election on the Fourth of July ..read more
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Better Cleaning Means Better Productivity For Hotel Managers
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Share Tweet Share Email In some service industries, cleaning is a necessary byproduct of other activity. However, for hotel managers, it is part of what makes your front-of-house impression, from your foyer to your bar, restaurants and rooms. In any case, good hygiene takes time and resource to get right. But can better cleaning lead to better productivity? The simple answer is yes – by investing time in creating better cleaning practices, and equipment, you can keep staff moving forward throughout the workday to reduce lost time. For example, Tork Xpress® Multifold hand towel refills are 50 ..read more
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Welcome The Crowds With Flexible Furniture On Fast Delivery
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Share Tweet Share Email Trent Furniture have a great range of chairs that can be delivered to you in super quick time. Available in brown or grey easy-to-clean faux leather, the retro looks and high back of the Bremen Chair means it’s as at home amongst the traditional dark wood and leather of a traditional pub as it is in a modern bar. Alternatively, the Hamburg Chair offers comfortable and flexible seating in vintage grey or vintage brown, with its generous proportions and stylish fluted back. Or why not opt for the always popular Bella Chair, based on the iconic Tolix design and available i ..read more
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Cornish Hotel Operators Of The Greenbank And The Alverton Announce The Acquisition Of The Falmouth Hotel To Its Growing Portfolio
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Share Tweet Share Email Wednesday 22nd May 2024, Falmouth: The Cornwall Hotel Collection, owners of The Greenbank in Falmouth and The Alverton in Truro, is delighted to announce the purchase of one of Falmouth town’s most iconic seafront destinations. The new addition to the portfolio marks a significant milestone for The Cornwall Hotel Collection, the hospitality landscape in Falmouth, and the wider county. With an impressive legacy spanning over a century of running award-winning hospitality businesses in exceptional locations, the team behind the Cornish hotel operators are excited to embra ..read more
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New Landlady Aims To Make Black Lion A Roaring Success In Wrexham
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Share Tweet Share Email A brewery and pub retailer with establishments across North Wales and Cheshire has appointed an experienced new landlady to run one of its establishments at Bersham, Wrexham. New tenant Lucy Gregson will run The Black Lion Inn for Salford-based pub retailer and brewery, Hydes. The pub has been in Hydes tenanted estate for more than 12 years. A friendly and familiar face to regulars and passing customers, Lucy has worked behind the bar of The Black Lion for over three years and has more than seven years of pub hospitality experience. Hydes refurbished The Black Lion Inn ..read more
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Hospitality Responds To Latest Inflation Figures
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Share Tweet Share Email Dropping gas and electricity costs have brought UK inflation to its lowest point in nearly three years. Prices increased by 2.3% in the year leading to April, down from 3.2% the previous month, according to official data. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the figures marked a “major moment for the economy, with inflation back to normal”. The Bank of England predicted earlier this month that it had expectations that inflation would fall “close” to its target level soon. Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive of UKHospitality, said: “Hospitality has weathered unprecedented costs, i ..read more
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New Insights Reveal Top Reasons For No-Shows
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Share Tweet Share Email Latest insight from hospitality technology partner Zonal and CGA by NIQ, reveals the main reasons guests do not turn up for a reservation, with the following coming out top: • Having a change of plans (27%) • Others in the group cancelling (21%) • People booking multiple venues to ensure they would get in somewhere (20%) • One member of the group falling ill (20%) • Forgetting about a booking (15%) The survey of more than 1,000 UK adults, shines a light on the ongoing issue of no-shows and the importance of educating customers on the impact this has on hospitality busi ..read more
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Success for Pubs as Cashless Payments for Gaming Machines Approved
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Share Tweet Share Email Following sustained joint campaigning by UKHospitality and the British Beer and Pub Association, cashless payments will be permitted on gaming machines. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport confirmed that debit cards, payment apps and other forms of cashless payments will be allowed, once appropriate player protections have been put in place. These protections will be consulted on by the Gambling Commission and could include cardholder verification, transaction limits and breaks in play. In a joint statement, UKHospitality and the British Beer and Pub Association ..read more
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Foodservice Price Index Shows Inflation Levels Approaching Normality
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Share Tweet Share Email The latest Foodservice Price Index report from Prestige Purchasing and CGA brings encouraging news for the foodservice industry, with inflation rates returning towards more normal levels. The report for April 2024 indicates a significant year-on-year fall in inflation of 2.5 percentage points, continuing a steady trend towards stability in pricing that will be welcome news for both businesses and consumers. While the overall decline is welcome, the data reveals a nuanced picture across different food categories. Only two categories recorded month-on-month deflation, whi ..read more
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