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Welsh Breweries Directory.

www.welshbrewery.co.uk (DOMAIN NAME FOR SALE). There can only be one “Welsh Brewery”. Secure your Global Positioning Now!

Welsh Breweries Directory:

Although we are not a “Brewery Directory” per se, we are a marketing and website design agency, we can add the list to one of the domain names available to purchase or lease. Currently, we have www.welshbrewery.co.uk pending development, sale, or lease.

List of breweries in Wales

Here is a list of breweries in Wales.

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B

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D

E

F

G

H

K

L

M

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P

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Beer festivals in Wales

When it comes to marketing it is always a good idea to have a stall set up at these festivals and events. Wales has a number of festivals on their calendar now, including;

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https://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink-news/24-cracking-welsh-breweries-whose-7753396

Cardiff Brewery S.A Brain Selling 99 Pubs for £87.3 million

S.A BRAIN BREWERY CARDIFF

South Wales UK Pubs For Sale.

It’s been announced the Cardiff Brewery S.A Brain is selling 99 of its famous pubs in Wales for £87.3 million.

The Full List is as follows:

The pubs up for sale

Cardiff

The Albany Hotel, Roath

The Birchgrove, Birchgrove

The Black Lion, Llandaff

Blackweir Tavern, Cathays

Buthers Arms, Pontcanna

The Halfway Pontcanna

Cambrian Tap, City Centre

The Canton, Canton

The City Arms, City Arms

The Clifton Hotel, Adamsdown

Coopers Cavery, Culverhouse Cross

The Cross Inn, Rumney

The Cryws Hotel, Cathays

The Duke of Wellington, City Centre

Fairwater Hotel, Fairwater

Flora, Cathays

Fox and Hounds, St Mellons

Fox and Hounds, Whitchurch

Golden Cross, City Centre

Highfields Inn, Caerau

Hollybush Hotel, Cyncoed

Kings Arms, Pentryrch

Lewis Arms Hotel, Pentyrch

Maltsters Arms, Llandaff

The Old Arcade, City Centre

The Packet, Cardiff Bay

The Pear Tree, Roath (a personal favourite)

The Plough, Whitchurch

The Romilly, Pontcanna

The Royal Oak, Roath

The Three Arches, Rhydypenau

Tynant Inn, Morganstown

Victoria Park Hotel, Canton

Wenvoe Arms, Wenvoe

Ceredigion

Ferry Inn, Cardigan

Penwig Hotel, New Quay

The Ship Inn, Cardigan

Rhayader

The Crown

Caerphilly

Pontygwindy

Pembrokeshire

The Galleon, Haverfordwest

Crown Inn, Tenby

Grove Hotel, Haverfordwest

Harbour Inn, Solva

Waterman’s Arms, Pembroke

Llanelli

Half Moon

Phoenix Inn

Stradey Arms

Tafarn Morlais

Thomas Arms

Caerleon

Hanbury Ale House

Newport

The Darran

Cwmbran

The Greenhouse

Chepstow

Coach and Horses

Aberavon

Burgess Green

Bonvilston

Aubrey Arms

Red Lion

Swansea

Black Boy, Killay

Builders Arms, City Centre

Commercial Hotel, Gowerton

Fountain Inn, Morrison *

Great Western, Ammanford

Hen Dderwen, Sketty

Old Inn, Penllergaer

Plough & Harrow, Bishopstone

Pump House, City Centre

Reverend James, Lloughor

Tafarn Y Trapp, Gorseinon

Three Sisters, Cwmbwrla

Ynyscedwyn Arms, Ystradgynlais

Port Talbot

The Twelve Knights

Carmarthen

Plume of Feathers

Savoy Country Inn

Tafarn Tanerdy

Porthcawl

Ancient Briton

Jolly Sailor

Rose & Crown

Abergavenny

Hen & Chicken

Lamb & Flag

Pontyclun

Brunel Arms

Pontypridd

Pick & Shovel

Vale Of Glamorgan

Cwm Talwg, Barry

The Albion, Penarth

Merrie Harrier, Penarth

The Pilot, Penarth

Duke of Wellington Hotel, Cowbridge

Kings Head, Llantwit Major

The Pilot, Penarth

Star Hotel, Dinas Powys

Sycamore Tree Inn, Colwinston

Tynewydd Inn, Barry

Bridgend

The Pheasant

Red Dragon

The Star Inn, Treoes

The Two Brewers

Ty-Risha Alehouse

Watermill

Brecon

The Wellington

Aberdovey

Dovey Inn

Penhelig Arms Hotel

S.A. Brain Brewery.

Brains is the brand name of SA Brain & Co, a family-owned brewing and hospitality company based in Cardiff.

Over the last few years, the future of the famous Welsh brand has come into question, with the suggestion that the brewing operation of 150 different beers will move outside of Wales.

SA Brain exchanged contracts with Marston’s last year to operate 145 of its pubs in Wales after ongoing coronavirus restrictions placed Brains under significant financial pressure. The group has around 200 pubs in total across Wales and the southwest.

Last month concerns were raised, when Marston’s asked some pub Brains’ pub landlords to become self-employed.

A spokesman for the property advisory firm that is trying to sell the pubs on behalf of the brewery is said to have quoted ”This is a rare opportunity to acquire a large, high-quality package of public houses located in strong trading positions across Wales. They benefit from a secure income streamlet to an excellent covenant. We anticipate significant levels of demand as packages of this quality rarely come to the market.”

It comes as no surprise in light of the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic that the hospitality industry was hit the hardest and that a lot of businesses went bust, so it only makes sense that a brewery is selling off some of its assets.

People will still want to go to their favourite pubs for food and drink come rain or shine and have great nights out, hence this little gem should be snapped up pretty quickly.

This is a great opportunity for an offshore investor to take over some of the greatest pubs in South Wales.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more please drop us a line below.

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Flights & Hotel Bookings Domain Names (Ref S.S)

Flights & Hotel Bookings Domain Names

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Poland Nut Wholesaler, Exporter (Orzechy Podkarpackie)

Polish Nut Wholesaler (Orzechy Podkarpackie).

PW Bonus. PL established in 1993 are a leading company in Poland specialising in exporting nuts to countries in Europe and the United Kingdom. They also produce peanut butter pastes.

www.pwbonus.pl specializes in the processing of walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts and almonds for chocolate products, confectionery baking, ice cream and yoghurt.

In addition, they pack a wide range of dried fruits and nuts. They operate in accordance with the guidelines of the ISO and HACCP quality management system.

PW Bonus PL also offer a wide range of healthy and natural products that we source from proven and trusted suppliers. They have many years of experience in trade. This is confirmed by the large group of companies they work with.

For more details please use this form and we will be happy to forward your enquiry translated into Polish.

Pond Solutions Cardiff

www.pondsolutionscardiff.co.uk

With many of us with too much time on our hands waiting for our starting orders, there is no time like the present to revamp your garden if you have one or even offer a helping hand for your neighbours and local community especially the elderly.

Ones garden gives people a lasting impression of your home, if you have a messy garden on the outside, what is the inside looking like.

If you need ideas how to landscape your garden here is an excellent article to read:

https://happydiyhome.com/desert-landscaping-ideas/

If you want to be creative and leave it to the professionals and even have a water feature then https://www.pondsolutionscardiff.co.uk will install a pond for you to enjoy for years to come. They are located in Cardiff South Wales UK and can travel about a 50 mile radius.

Airline Refunds – Where Is My Refund?

Airlines Around The World.

With Airlines facing uncertain territory of how they will recover and having cancelled flights, many airlines are offering vouchers instead of refunds. But many passengers have opted out of having vouchers and have simply requested their money back which will obviously cause a massive strain for the airlines concerned.

Therefore if after 30 days you still have not received a refund and this applies to all airlines, if a consumer has exhausted all avenues of communication to contact the airline, to include: telephone, email, online form and chat and still have diffilculty, the consumer can then contact the following organizations for further assistance:

Trading Standards.

For further information in England and Wales contact the Citizens Advice consumer service on 0808 2231133. In Scotland contact Advice Direct Scotland on 0808 164 6000. Both provide free, confidential and impartial advice on consumer issues.

https://www.tradingstandards.uk/about-ctsi/contact-us

Civil Avaition Authority.

How to submit a complaint

Please use the online form to send your details of your complaint against the airline or airport, this will tell you if your complaint is one that (CAA) can help you with. You don’t have to fill it out all in one go.

In order to progress your complaint, you will need to submitt copies of your supporting information:

  • Copies of letters or emails to the airline/airport
  • Copies of the letters the airline/airport sent to you
  • Details of your flight (flight number, date, time, route, airline reference, number of passengers on the booking)
  • For expenses claims, copies of receipts

Scans of these can be uploaded and attached to the online form.

You will get a response by email to let you know your complaint has been recieved, but (CAA) will be unable to update you on the progress until they have received all of the relevant supporting documentation.

https://www.caa.co.uk/Passengers/Resolving-travel-problems/How-the-CAA-can-help/How-the-CAA-can-help/

There are free online third party organizations that can help resolve your compalint but it will take a lot longer for communication. Sometimes it best to just tackle the bull by the horns directly metaphorically speaking and contact key people directly. If you are on LinkedIn you can send a messge directly to the CEO of the airline, which usually you can find by doing a wikipedia search.

If you are still facing issues and you are finding things overwhelming and you would prefer a professional body to handle your complaint on your behalf for a nominal fee please contact www.duddenlaw.co.uk

Read what else is being said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52370158

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52105526

Business in Isolation

Business In Isolation

Securing your business:

For example, you may be a driving instructor, electrician, a factory production company to just name just a few, so what do you do when you are on lockdown and in isolation how do you turn this around? You obviously do not want to lose your customers and how do you generate more business and most importantly how do you survive and continue paying your staff that is the big question?

Firstly, the UK Government has grants and loans available that they are giving to businesses in need of help.

Secondly defer production and explain to your customers the situation, be transparent and in order to secure business further down the line give incentives. I know you may be already finding finances hard but remember you have the business already established, you just need to postpone it for a little while and for new customers give them special offers so that you can secure their business.

Remember keep safe and don’t try to break the rules as you may lose your license or get fined, Sports Direct have already suffered public condemnation for needlessly trying to stay open and pubs who continue to trade in Lockins are liable to have their licenses taken off them.

Conduct daily morning meeting with your workers and give them motivation and inspiration to work. We can become very complacent in our own homes and have distractions that can easily send us astray. Workers need to stay focused and need to have daily tasks set for them with goals they need to achieve and report on.

When you have automatic recurring costs that you charge your customers, consider suspending the costs and give them credit for future business. Work out your cash flow for the next few months and refrain on spending on unnecessary subscriptions and services, try to minimise your spending and revaluate your overheads as a whole and see where you can cut costs to the minimum. Discuss with your bank your situation and see if they can help you with extended loans or get government grants that can tide you over.

The government are bringing in new measures to assist small businesses, freelancers and sole traders. Do keep up to speed of what assistance you are able to claim. If you have an accountant speak to them about any financial advice, they can give you, after all that’s what they are there for.

Secure your future:

Going back to the example of say driving instructors offer special offers like book your bulk 40 lessons now and get 6 -10 lessons free with lessons resuming in April for example. I am being optimistic the lockdown will be lift in April.

Electricians book your appointment now with work to be carried out in April with no call out charge only if you use the code: covid19 and book now for example and the offer is only available for advanced bookings.

If you are a production company waiver all charges in order to secure your business give incentives that is the key.

The public mind-set will be altered over the next year or so, therefore you need to find ways to reassure your customers and give them a reason to use you. Marketing campaigns and advertising are going to be main factors in order to generate new business. Consider what you need to do in order to drive business. LinkedIn is a good way to start advertising, but you need a lot of connections or know of someone that has a lot of connections. The alternative is to consider pay per click advertising such as Google AdWords, Facebook Ads and LinkedIn Sponsor Ads.

***Stay positive. Every crisis eventually passes, position yourself for growth when it does.

Herd Immunity – Covid-19 Coronavirus

Herd Immunity.
Catching Up Just like the Government.

Browsing the usual daily news feeds about everything of interest to my blog, I came across this regarding Government plans to make UK population become immune to the virus. But in order to do so, one needs a vacination (which they have not got supposedly) or enough people to be infected with the virus and then survive in order for it to work. The Government has been strongly criticised for not doing enough to slow down the pandemic which Donald Trump declared an ‘International Emergency’.

You can read the full article here:

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/coronavirus-update-live-news-uk-symptoms-cases-map-deaths-latest-a9401916.html

Things you should do to protect yourself from the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

It is all common sense to implement this into your daily routine, however people are complacent and this needs to be now drummed into our heads.

  • Wash your hands.  Make sure you wash your hands frequently, especially if you have touched foreign objects that are not personal to you. Try to use antibacterial hand soap or hand sanitiser. Stay clear of hand dryer blowers they spread germs, even if you are passing one that is in use and make sure to not touch the taps with your bare hands.
  • Avoid touching your face.  You mouth has around 500 to 1,000 different types of bacteria so touching your mouth you are re-contaminating your hands with bacteria, so avoid touching your mouth unless you are brushing your teeth and even then wash your hands straight after and avoid touching your face at all unless your hands are clean.
  • Maintain distance. If you suspect someone to be ill avoid close contact with that individual and maintain a distance of around 3 feet between you and the person.
  • Don’t share personal items. Consider your personal belonging to be your own and you should not share at all (no exceptions) . Some people for example drink from the same coke bottle (disgusting I know) so consider who has touched the item you are about to touch.
  • Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. If you have a cough or you sneeze cover your mouth at all times. Some people are saying cough or sneeze into your sleeve or elbow, but for me that means you have just contaminated your clothing so if some one was then to touch you, you would then contaminate them. I recommend straight into a tissue which you can dispose of quickly or your hands which you can then clean immediately.
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If your unwell stay at home, do not risk contaminating others no matter how insignificant your cold may be. Do your shopping online or ask a friend, neighbour or family member but remember to not have close contact and stay 3 feet away.
  • Clean surfaces. Everyday items we take for granted such as handles on doors (including cars) light switches, flooring, keyboards, touch pads, trolley handles, product packaging in shops all carry germs.
  • Keep yourself updated.  Always stay informed and use trusted sources for information of which I took extracts of my post from: https://www.healthline.com/health/coronavirus-symptoms#prevention

Final Thoughts…….

Just hot off the press I have just been asked to market this domain and website, ideal for anyone wishing to sell, merchandise, PPE clothing and equipment and sanitation supplies such as antiseptic disinfectant and hand gel and face masks which are all in short supply. Please email me at renata@cymrumarketing.com if interested in buying this domain and website.

www.coronavirus.uk

You may also want to watch this, the figures estimated are very scary………

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