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  • Kids in pubs annoy the regulars
  • Kids in pubs annoy the regulars
    Gary Knight (2008) ©
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Kids in pubs annoy the regulars

As alcohol consumption declines and people increasingly choose to drink at home, pubs are looking to bring in new audiences by focusing on food and families. While this change in appeal is helping to drive higher footfall, there’s something that annoying the pub regulars.

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