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PUBSPublications
PUBSPercutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling
PUBSPortland United Bills Supporters (football fan club)
PUBSPurple Urine Bag Syndrome (urology)
PUBSPrairie Universities Biological Symposium (annual; Canada)
PUBSPickers up Beaters & Shoots (UK)
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We therefore decided that we would sleep out on fine nights; and hotel it, and inn it, and pub. it, like respectable folks, when it was wet, or when we felt inclined for a change.
"I found that country pub which I had already recommended to your notice, and there I made my discreet inquiries.
"In addition, it is imperative that beer-drinkers continue to support the pubs trade by visiting them." He added: "Our Summer of Pub campaign aims to show what pubs have to offer and remind people how important the great British pub is to communities.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the number of pubs with 10 or more employees has increased by 27 per cent between 2010 and 2018, from around 13,080 to around 16,610.
Punch owns and operates 1,300 pubs across England, Scotland and Wales and is investing PS32m in its pub estate in the next year.
The Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA) the government regulator who oversees the Pubs Code, has commissioned an independent research company Market and Opinion Research International Limited (formerly Ipsos-Mori who merged with GfK) to undertake a year 2 survey of the tied pub tenants whose pub companies are one of the six covered by the Pubs Code.
New Office for National Statistics data shows the country has lost nearly 700 pubs and bars since the turn of the century.
One in four independentlyowned pubs have closed, while the number owned by large chains such as JD Wetherspoon has stayed almost steady, dipping from 6,000 to 5,800 over 20 years.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show that around there are currently 38,815 pubs up and down the country.
The areas where pub numbers have held up - or even increased - include several popular tourist areas, such as Highland in Scotland, Ceredigion in West Wales, and South Lakeland, as well say that pub closure"huge loss" to communities as many seaside towns like Scarborough, Blackpool and Brighton.
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With nearly a quarter of the UK's pubs taking their last orders since 2008, the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) says communities suffer as small local pubs are lost.