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Department stores need to reinvent themselves to survive, according to three quarters of delegates at the annual ICSC European Conference in Berlin. Only 5% of the 550 conference delegates, thought the exiting format could be sustained.
Alexander Otto, Chief Executive Officer at ECE has been announced as Chair of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) European Advisory Board. The ICSC is the premier global trade association of the shopping-centre industry.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England’s (CPRE)’s Gloucestershire Branch has announced that the Director General of the National Trust, Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE, will give the keynote speech at its AGM in on 11th July at Stowell Park by kind permission of Lord Vestey.
More than 100 people turned out for this year’s Arkell’s Publican’s Information day at the brewery in Swindon. One man was so keen not to miss it that after a hard day’s work in London he drove straight to the brewery rather than heading home.
STANLEY MANN WINS APPEAL
Car Dealer and vintage Bentley expert Stanley Mann of Radlett Hertfordshire today won his appeal in the Court of Appeal against a judgment handed down by HH Judge Anthony Thornton last October.
Slad Valley’s Wades Farm saved from Development
One of the UK’s oldest independent wine merchants will be holding a wine tasting at The Mill Race pub at Walford near Ross on Wye on Thursday 22 March, at 6.30pm.
Is Big still Beautiful?
There are genuine signs of strength in retail trade across parts of Europe, but the shopping centre industry continues to experience turbulent times. The annual ICSC European Conference, in Berlin from 18-20 April, is where the industry’s senior players come together to plot the road ahead.
Wiltshire Brewery Arkell’s is delighted to announce that it has acquired The Fox and Hounds at Haydon Wick in Swindon and The King’s Arms Hotel in Malmesbury, both purchased from Enterprise Inns. The brewery paid market price for the pubs.
Less than 24 hours after taking over the tenancy of The Rose & Crown at Lea near Malmesbury, Mark Green and Sarah Smith found themselves providing breakfast for 44 members of the church, next door to the pub.