3 York pubs given legal protection From York Press Nick Love, spokesman for The Friends of the Jubilee Hotel said on Tuesday that the listing sent out a strong message that the pub was still viewed as a valuable community resource, not just for current regulars but for future generations.
"It could have a bright future if allowed to," he said. Owners Enterprise Inns goggles ray ban had opposed the granting of ACV status. They said locals had not supported the pub and said contracts were ban ray sunglasses exchanged on April 7, and the sale is due for completion on August 31. But campaigners believe the law now gives them a chance to buy the pub, because the sale has not been completed by the time the ACV was granted. Wheldrake parish councillor Jackie Tetzner said the Wheldrake Arms was the village's only pub and provided a centre for social interaction for families and people of all ages, and provided a sense of well being in the community. She said the shop provided a vital facility and the woodland was heavily used by local people. It's all well and good trying to save pubs, but you still need locals to use them enough to make them a viable business. 30 or 40 locals spending 15/20 on a Friday or Saturday night isn't enough, nor is a dozen or so having a pint after work through the week. With a bit of TLC the Jubilee could be a thriving pub. Just need some good owners (free of the pubcos) with drive ray ban wayfarer folding and ambition to do well, a properly thought out business plan, some sympathetic decor, good quality ale, presentable and polite staff. Get this in place and customers will gradually return. The Grim Reaper Calls With a bit of TLC the Jubilee could be a thriving pub. Just need some good owners (free of the pubcos) with drive and ambition to do well, a properly ray ban aviator black thought out business plan, some sympathetic decor, good quality ale, presentable and polite staff. Get this in place and customers will gradually return. The Pubcos are the problem they seek to maximise their profit by pushing rents and drink prices sky high. If they judge the return isn't big enough, they claim the pub is failing due to any random combination of bad landlord/bad customers/bad locality/the smoking ban and sell to the any property developer or supermarket chain that will stump up an inflated price.
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