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CHEERS TO BEER! MP Chris Matheson raises a glass at award winning Chester pub to mark Beer Day Britain
Local community pub, Ye Olde Cottage in Chester toasted the nation’s annual beer day on Friday 15th June, with a special visit from local MP, Chris Matheson. Matheson joined the family-run team at this popular local to mark Beer Day Britain, the UK’s annual national beer day which celebrates and honors British Beer.
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GOAL! Former Scotland Manager, Craig Brown, Proclaims Local Irvine Community Pub ‘Match Fit’ And Ready For 2018 World Cup After £140,000 Refurbishment
Craig Brown, former Scotland and Aberdeen manager has given a local North Ayrshire community pub, the Harbour Lights, his seal of approval as a great venue to watch this year's World Cup Tournament matches.
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Scottish Beer and Pub Association (SPBA) Voluntary Code of Practice

Since 21st July 2016, Admiral Taverns has adhered to the provisions of the SBPA Voluntary Code of Practice in relation to its tied pubs on substantive agreements in Scotland.

The SBPA Voluntary Code of Practice places obligations on Admiral and sets out the way we should interact with our tied tenants. It is binding on both Admiral and our tied tenants in Scotland.

SBPA Voluntary Code of Practice

The Admiral Code of Practice (Scotland)

Much like the Code of Practice for England and Wales, our Scottish Code of Practice is a fundamental aspect of our information provision to our tied tenants in Scotland and meets the criteria set out in the SBPA Voluntary Code of Practice. As well as meeting the requirements of the SBPA Voluntary Code of Practice, our Scottish Code of Practice sets out essential elements of best practice so that we act with integrity and honesty at all times. These additional elements of best practice ensure that our tied tenants in Scotland can rely on us to conduct business in a professional, fair and legal manner and has been issued for the information of existing and prospective tenants.

The Admiral Code of Practice For Scotland

PICA – Service Website

PIRRS

Admiral Taverns