Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: Eat Out to Help Out

‘Save it for the bingo’: But how much bingo will be left to save it for?

Andrew Reilly Hollywood Clubs Save it for the bingo
In Jon and Lucy Richardson’s brilliant TV comedy, the central catchphrase of ‘Save it for the bingo’ raises a laugh every time the dour comedian says it. But in the real world of bingo clubs, life’s not so funny: the lack of direct and targeted government support is putting the popular sector in jeopardy. Coinslot talks to Hollywood Clubs’ Andrew Reilly about his latest effort to get the sector some support.

Lockdowns and curfews are a toxic cocktail that could cost the economy £250m a day, argues CEBR think tank

CEBR Government Economic response not hitting mark
The government’s economic response to Covid-19 is not hitting the mark as far as industry is concerned. From local businesses to major corporations, the latest series of measures have met with strong resistence and criticism.

Is pub boost from Eat Out To Help Out a case of ‘dead cat bounce’?

Dining out Eat out to help out
Eat Out To Help Out proved a highly popular initiative by the government to help boost the hospitality sector in the early stages of lockdown easement. But it was a one hit wonder. What are the prospects now as the weather changes, the benefits stop and the Covid fear rhetoric ramps up?

Eat Out to Help Out boosts recovery by the seaside

Eat Out to Help Out seaside boost
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme is boosting seaside economies up to eight times more than it is in large cities, according to analysis by think tank the Centre for Cities - but Britain’s high streets still need more than just a recovery.