Greene King Pub Partners has announced a multimillion-pound investment in the next wave of financial support for its tied tenants to help them through the COVID-19 crisis, which will see rents reduced by 90% for all tied pubs from 11 June until they can legally reopen.
Roll out of delivery and takeaway through its Metropolitan Pub Company
Greene King, the UK’s leading managed pub company and brewer, has announced the launch of a support fund in partnership with the Licensed Trade Charity to help team members affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Greene King, the UK’s leading pub retailer and brewer, is announcing on Stop Food Waste Day, it is the first pub company in the UK to achieve the Carbon Trust’s Zero Waste to Landfill Standard
Greene King has launched a virtual pub offering weekly quizzes, bingo and entertainment acts to promote online socialising in the community.
Greene King is supporting the inaugural Lesbian Visibility Week (20-26 April 2020) which aims to recognise, celebrate and support lesbian, non-binary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer women across the UK and beyond.
It is with great sadness we are calling last orders in all our pubs for the time being, given the escalation of the coronavirus crisis.
It’s the classic food dilemma: do I go pizza or pasta? Now indecisive diners need not choose as Hungry Horse has launched the ultimate Italian dish of dreams: Lasagne-in-a-Pizza.
A retired couple has officially completed their ‘first anniversary’ of hotel stays at Greene King Inns, having spent 365 nights in hotels ran by Greene King, the UK’s leading pub company and brewer.
Greene King, the UK’s leading pub company and brewer, has now raised an incredible £7 million for its national charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Dog-friendly country pub chain Chef & Brewer has launched a competition for the nation’s dog lovers to win a ‘romantic weekend away’ with their four-legged friend, after new research found that four in ten adults give their pets more affection than their partner.
Craig returned to the UK after living in Spain for four years ago. He had no steady work prospects and knew that he needed to gain employment quickly, so he signed up at a local job centre and they connected him with The Prince’s Trust and Greene King
More than half of British employers have made the decision NOT to employ someone because they didn’t like the way they looked.
Despite UK employment laws banning employers from discriminating against anyone because of their sex, religion or other personal characteristics, a study of 1,000 bosses found many are doing so anyway.