The Royal Pier in Aberystwyth has been selected as one of the six finalists in the 2012 Best Bar None Awards following its success in the Ceredigion County Council scheme.
“BBN is a national award scheme
supported by the Home Office and aimed at promoting responsible management and
operation of alcohol licensed premises. It was piloted in Manchester in
2003 and found to improve standards in the night time economy, with premises
now competing to participate. It has since been adopted by 100 towns and cities
across the UK and is now being taken up internationally.
The aim of BBN is to reduce alcohol
related crime and disorder in a town centre by building a positive relationship
between the licensed trade, police and local authorities.”
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