Tomorrow England goes back into lockdown - and though it's not a huge surprise to many, it is not the news any business was hoping for.
Like many pubs across the UK, The Antwerp Arms in Tottenham, north London, had to quickly adapt its activity in order to support the diverse urban community as the Covid-19 lockdown hit in March 2020.
Together Hopkins and Plunkett are responding to the current crisis and supporting community businesses across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and rural Essex to recover and thrive during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A dedicated programme of support has been launched by the Plunkett Foundation with funding from the Co-op to support rural community businesses across the UK.
Join Plunkett adviser Phil Harriss in conversation with Beeston Community Enterprises, discussing their journey to making The Ploughshare pub community owned.
Join Plunkett adviser Hilary Sudbury in conversation with Stockland Community Pub Group, the local community group running the village pub The King's Arms, to hear about their journey to community ownership.
Join Plunkett business adviser Mark McTaggart in conversation with the Antwerp Arms pub group discussing their journey to community ownership.
The Plunkett Foundation releases the 2019 ‘Better form of Business Reports’ on Community Pubs and Community Shops Across the UK more shops and pubs than ever are now in community ownership and are bucking the national trend of rural closures. Survival record of Community Pubs [...]