Where in the UK are pubs disappearing the fastest?

East of England

Number of pub closures in the last six months: 48

Closures as a proportion of total pubs: 1.1%

Remaining number of pubs: 4,194

One Response to “Where in the UK are pubs disappearing the fastest?”

  1. jim ellery says:

    25 years my wife and i gave to the pub trade then made bankrupt by a greedy brewer hall and woodhouse worked in managed and tenancies for greene king, devenish ,courage.st austell brewery relief circuit around london.It wasn,t the people who ruined us its the greedy bosses and councils demanding excessive rents and rates and it makes me so angry when i here today a council chief being made redundant with £300,000 in her pension pot it makes you sick to here it.I hope the pubs keep shutting and shops to drive these people out of business let them see what its like with nothing they have killed the goose that layed the golden egg

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