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Join us at the 2016-17 annual Best Bar None Awards Ceremony. This is the grand finale of the BBN calendar where the best of the licensed trade come together to celebrate their success at going above and beyond to create an inviting and safe environment for patrons.
Celebrate our winners as we present the following awards:
This year is bigger and better and will be hosted by Jennifer Reoch from STV and there may be a surprise or two thrown in to the evenings proceedings aswell.
Each ticket includes the following;
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Best Bar None is a supported by leading members of the alcohol industry who factor Social Responsibility as a key priority.
Best Bar None also has support from key National stakeholders, Scottish Government, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. Local Authorities across Scotland supported through Community Safety and Trading Standards support the scheme and BID - Business Improvement Districts. The Best Bar None Scheme is administered by Scottish Business Resilience Centre.
We understand the importance of having links with trade bodies who support venues interests including SLTA - Scottish Licensed Trade Association, BII and Trade Forums.
Best Bar None Scotland launches national campaign to highlight vulnerability
A national campaign to raise awareness on the issues of vulnerability, social responsibility and education for individuals who have become vulnerable on a night out, has been launched.
The campaign has been launched by Best Bar None Scotland and since it's Launch on 8th August 2016, supported by a successful media campaign the film is reaching audiences across the UK, with interest from Police Forces to use the Film as a means of delivering key messages to Licensed Trade but also to Students and wider audiences who could become vulnerable on a night out.