Beverley Parkway Cinema "Best Bar None".Wed 3rd April 2019
The Best Bar None scheme is a national award scheme aiming to promote licensees who promote responsible management and operation of their premises.
The scheme aims to improve working relationships between the licensed trade, the police, and the local authority to help reduce alcohol-related crime and disorder, providing a great environment for customers to be safe and enjoy their nights out.
Beverley looks to continue to improve the experience for visitors and residents by getting involved with schemes to help in making Beverley a safe place to live, work and enjoy the varied entertainment around the town.
Licensees who get involved in the Best Bar None awards scheme who manage to gain accreditation are awarded the Best Bar None recognition plaque, and are then able to move on to be awarded the best premises in their category.
You can read more about the scheme by visiting the Best Bar None National Awards Scheme Official website:
East Riding Council's Best Bar None awards aim to raise standards in licenced venues
The East Riding’s best pubs and bars have been revealed in the council’s Best Bar None awards.
The annual awards are run by the council in a bid to improve standards in licensed premises and cut alcohol-related crime and disorder.
The Parkway Cinema Beverley was the winner of the Best new entrant category.
The Cross Keys in Beverley was overall runner-up at the awards, held at Beverley Racecourse.
Holderness pub Wrygarth Inn, at Great Hatfield, was named overall winner at the awards.
Best new entrant – Parkway Cinema, Beverley.
Best pub – The Cross Keys,
Beverley Best bar – The Apollo, Bridlington
Best community premises – The Wrygarth Inn, Great Hatfield
Best food led – Friendly Forester, Bridlington
Best entertainment/leisure venue – Tribfest, Sledmere
Best independent pub – The Old Boatshed, Withernsea