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Has the smoking ban & cheap drinks called time on our locals?

 

 I've started this group because of the latest development on minimum alcohol price levels. This isn't going to make one iota to our clubs or the entertainment industry.This is a quote from the BBC news site

This is a quote from the BBC news site
This is a quote from the BBC news site

'Extremely small step'
This means the lowest possible price of a can of lager would range from 38p to 78p depending on its strength, but most alcoholic drinks would be unaffected because they are priced above the level ministers are proposing.

Professor Ian Gilmore, of the Royal College of Physicians, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "It's a step in the right direction but I have to say, it's an extremely small step. It will have no impact whatsoever on the vast majority of cheap drinks sold in supermarkets."

I will strive and hopefully with your help keep this group up to date with the closures of Pub and clubs around the uk which is having a severe detrimental effect on the community and the lives of the people in the entertainment business. 

Please forward and add people who are especially in the entertainment industry or CIU members. We need Big names in this group to get noticed... I know there's lots of meaningless groups out there but I want this one to make a difference. All comments COULD make a difference when noticed by there right people.
The links on this group when I feel we've got enough to start shouting, will be posted to breweries, local MP's, radio stations and where ever else I get the opportunity to.

Thanks for adding and with your help we will get noticed.
Shaun
(Intake Social Con Sec, Doncaster)

We now have a petition online - please go to http://t.co/QNufdam to sign it, and please tell EVERYONE you know to do the same!
This means the lowest possible price of a can of lager would range from 38p to 78p depending on its strength, but most alcoholic drinks would be unaffected because they are priced above the level ministers are proposing.
'Extremely small step'
 This means the lowest possible price of a can of lager would range from 38p to 78p depending on its strength, but most alcoholic drinks would be unaffected because they are priced above the level ministers are proposing.
 
 Professor Ian Gilmore, of the Royal College of Physicians, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "It's a step in the right direction but I have to say, it's an extremely small step. It will have no impact whatsoever on the vast majority of cheap drinks sold in supermarkets."
 
 I will strive and hopefully with your help keep this group up to date with the closures of Pub and clubs around the uk which is having a severe detrimental effect on the community and the lives of the people in the entertainment business.
 
 Please forward and add people who are especially in the entertainment industry or CIU members. We need Big names in this group to get noticed... I know there's lots of meaningless groups out there but I want this one to make a difference. All comments COULD make a difference when noticed by there right people.
 The links on this group when I feel we've got enough to start shouting, will be posted to breweries, local MP's, radio stations and where ever else I get the opportunity to.
 
 Thanks for adding and with your help we will get noticed.
 Shaun
(Intake Social Concert Sec) 
 
 We now have a petition online - please go to http://www.gopetition.com/petition/42425.html to sign it, and please tell EVERYONE you know to do the same!
 
 Click the link Below

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“Save the Working Men's Club's and the Entertainment Industry”

 
 
 
 
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(Intake Social Con Sec, Doncaster)
Shaun
(Intake Social Con Sec, Doncaster)
The links on this group when I feel we've got enough to start shouting, will be posted to breweries, local MP's, radio stations and where ever else I get the opportunity to.