Congratulations to Wrexham Council for acting against Wetherspoons and showing how serious everyone needs to take to protect everyone. This is the second enforcement notice in two weeks so clearly businesses need to adhere to the regulations and crucially customers as well,,
Not actually had a drink in the Elihu Yale one, but had a walk round and virtually everywhere in there was screened off even the slot machines, they must have spent thousands on that pub alone they couldn’t have done any more to keep people safe.
Been in one or two others they were ok but nothing like Wetherspoons Regent Street.
The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.
I am actually not sure what more they could possibly do to be honest from the reports I am getting from people they are one of the strictest, the issue is the type of custom they would attract and the amount of custom they attract.
Looks like it was a staffing issue behind the front of house that has resulted in the Improvement Notice. Physical screens and barriers is one thing but if staff didn’t adhere to the rules then everything else is a waste of time.
Let’s see if an improvement notice is issued to Ty Pawb following comments posted on Twitter today. They should be subject to the same rules and scrutiny as other commercial ventures in the Town Centre. If they are found lacking they should be subject to the same ignominy of having a notice pasted to their door!
I think it’s because it used to be branded as a Lloyds No.1 Bar concession of Wetherspoons.
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