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  • Pubs diversify their appeal to survive
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Pubs diversify their appeal to survive

It’s a difficult time for pubs. In the nine months to December 2013, 28 pubs were closing every week, up from 18 in 2012. But research suggests there is a recipe for survival, with pubs that offer separate areas for different type of customers proving a success.

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