occasional licence

occasional licence

n
(Brewing) Brit a licence granted to sell alcohol only at specified times
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The nature of the entertainment in respect of which the application was lodged covers dancing, singing or music or any entertainment of a like kind; and the type and duration of Licence applied for is a 14 Day Occasional Licence.
An occasional licence was granted by magistrates on Derwentside, who were told AA members would only be served soft drinks, with alcohol served to family and friends at the disco at Consett YMCA.
In the past we would apply for an occasional licence, but under the new Act we can't do that anymore.
An Occasional Licence has been granted to cover the whole festival, so anyone committing acts of violence or disorder could be evicted from the site, as well as facing criminal charges.
IF you are selling alcohol on premises other than your bar and money changes hands for either drinks or tickets to the event, you need to apply for an occasional licence to sell liquor.
They applied in March for an occasional licence for the Queen's visit.
As reported in later editions of last night's Chronicle, the High Court has turned down objections from residents to an occasional licence allowing the Gresham Hotel, in Osborne Road, Jesmond, to remain open until its next licensing hearing before magistrates.
The club, previously known as The Drome until fire safety regulations forced it to close in February, had been operating under an occasional licence for the past five weeks under the name of SE1.
Anyone who does not hold an entertainment licence but wants to stage a one-off event with public entertainment must ask for an occasional licence.
Residents were celebrating after the decision, but just hours later Ultimate Leisure was granted an occasional licence on the premises until a new hearing can be arranged.
The nature of the entertainment in respect of which the application was lodged covers: Any public outdoor musical entertainment and the type and duration of Licence applied for is a 14 Day Occasional Licence.
Leisure services chairman Coun Martin Brooks (Lab Bartley Green) said it was understandable that magistrates should have wanted safeguards because it had been the city council's first application for an occasional licence for an outside event.