Broxtowe Pubs Are Best Bar None‏

Ten pubs and bars celebrated last week after received a special Nottinghamshire Best Bar None award in recognition for their commitment to high standards of comfort and safety for their customers.

An award ceremony was held at the Town Hall in Beeston as part of the accreditation scheme which is open to all licensed premises in Nottinghamshire and is funded by the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Nottinghamshire County Council and sponsored by Fraser Brown, NET, Diageo, Gamestec and Beeston BID.

The full list of accredited venues in Broxtowe are:

· Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren, Stapleford – achieved accreditation

· The Beekeeper, Beeston – achieved accreditation with merit

· Broad Oak, Strelley – achieved accreditation

· The Corn Mill, Beeston – achieved accreditation

· The Lady Chatterley, Eastwood – achieved accreditation with merit

· The Last Post, Beeston – achieved accreditation with merit

· Mecca, Beeston – achieved accreditation

· The Sherwin Arms, Bramcote – achieved accreditation with distinction

· The Sun Inn, Eastwood – achieved accreditation

· The Three Ponds, Nuthall – achieved accreditation

The Beekeeper in Beeston, The Sherwin Arms in Bramcote and The Three Ponds in Nuthall have also be selected to be put through to the Judge’s Choice awards as part of county-wide award events on 26th October where one of them will be named Best in District and all three could be in with a chance of winning Best In County.

Local residents have also been voting for their favourite accredited venue to be named Town Centre Independent Venue, Suburban Independent Venue, Town Centre Chain Venue , Suburban Chain Venue, Village Venue and Late Night Venue.

To be awarded a ‘Best Bar None’ accreditation premises are visited by trained assessors who not only look at core standards but also note where premises have gone the extra mile to ensure customer safety and comfort such as handbag hooks under tables, CCTV camera, looking at ways to stop drug and alcohol misuse in premises, consulting neighbours over events and ensuring noise is kept to a tolerable level.

Nationally where schemes like this are already established, there has been a dramatic reduction in anti-social behaviour and alcohol-related violence, enhancing customer experience and creating a safe environment.

For more information, please contact the Scheme Co-ordinator on 0843 866 7282 or email info@nottinghamshirebbn.com

Source: Broxtowe Council Press Release.

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