Rolliver's inn, the single alehouse at this end of the long and broken village, could only boast of an off-licence
; hence, as nobody could legally drink on the premises, the amount of overt accommodation for consumers was strictly limited to a little board about six inches wide and two yards long, fixed to the garden palings by pieces of wire, so as to form a ledge.
Headteacher Jonathan Leonard yesterday pleaded with a Birmingham City Council licensing sub-committee not to grant Eden Manna Supermarket an off-licence
, arguing it would put his 420 pupils - including 73 vulnerable students - at 'significant risk of harm.'.
Alcohol sold in Abu Dhabi off-licence
outlets will be subject to 30% taxation from June 15, 2018, according to a circular received by retailers from the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism.
BY CORMAC O'SHEA A HEROIC doorman stopped an attempted robbery at an off-licence
after a man threatened staff with a samurai sword.
SHEEPRIDGE could be getting a new off-licence
, post office and appartments complex.
NEIGHBOURSHAVEOPPOSED an application for a new 24-hour off-licence
in their Coventry street.
Rye and Dry off-licence
, on Ryhope Street, had its licence revoked following a hearing of Sunderland City Council's Licensing Committee.
PLANS for a new off-licence
in Newcastle have been withdrawn after opposition from police and local residents.
A BID to get a drinks off-licence
for a mini market planned for Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough has been rejected.
Currently there is a legal presumption that a retailer who submits an application for an off-licence
will be successful unless he or she is of demonstrable previous bad character.
COUNCILLORS have given the go-ahead for a new off-licence
in Rhyl despite a claim by a local businessman that it could cost him thousands and even affect the health and well-being of his staff.
At one time adults who wanted a drink either went into the local pub or to the off-licence
if they wanted to take alcohol home to drink.