Month: April 2014
It might now be that time when you are thinking about how your School or Local Authority might deliver it’s PSHE or Health objectives next term.
Finding the right delivery partner to positively impact the lives of Young People however can be tricky, so we’ll start by looking at a few of the things we can support you with that others often overlook. Read the rest of this entry »
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Changing Drinking Attitudes Lead Dry Bar Demand
Over the weekend Sky News ran an interesting feature on Dry Bars and their emergence on the social scene.
Their piece reports that demand for the non-alcohol pub has been fuelled by a significant change in drinking attitudes.