Published: 21 February 2023 by Paula Kioko, Marketing Assistant
Licensing and gambling law specialists Poppleston Allen is delighted to announce the sponsorship of the 2023 National Pubwatch Malcolm Eidmans Award taking at their 19th Annual Conference on Tuesday, 7 March 2023.
The National Pubwatch is a voluntary organisation set up to promote best practices by supporting local Pubwatch Schemes’ work. It aims to achieve a safer drinking environment in all licensed premises throughout the UK.
The award, named after ex-Chief Superintendent Malcolm Eidmans QPM, a founder of National Pubwatch who died prematurely in 2012, aims to recognise the outstanding contribution made by a Police officer or a member of Police Staff in supporting the work of their local Pubwatch Scheme.
Over the years this award has been won by over 10 individuals.
Jonathan Smith, partner at Poppleston Allen will be speaking and giving a legal update alongside barrister, Gary Grant.
He said: “It is an honour to speak at this year’s annual conference and see all the individuals shortlisted for all their great work and continuously making an effort to enhance the pub industry.
“This is a sector I am very proud to be a part of and it is right that we celebrate and showcase the safety element of this vibrant sector.”
Sponsorship plays a key role in Poppleston Allen’s marketing program, as this award is in addition to the firm’s numerous sponsorships such as; the Institute of Licensing’s National Training Week, the Morning Advertiser’s licensing legal column, the Night Time Industries Association, the R200, and the Publican Awards.
Poppleston Allen already has a significant presence in the pub sector and acts for brands such as Mitchells & Butlers, Stonegate, Fullers, Young’s, and Admiral Taverns plus hundreds of independent operators.
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