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Six of the best go for national bar awards

Best Bar None Awards

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Six of the best pubs and clubs in Renfrewshire are out to prove they are ‘best bar none’ in Scotland.

The six premises, all winners at Renfrewshire’s own Best Bar None awards last month, have been shortlisted for national awards.

Best Bar None Awards

Six of the best pubs and clubs in Renfrewshire are out to prove they are ‘best bar none’ in Scotland.

The six premises, all winners at Renfrewshire’s own Best Bar None awards last month, have been shortlisted for national awards.

They will learn their fate at a ceremony in Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium on 26 March.

The Best Bar None scheme was developed to recognise licensed premises that provide a safe environment for people to enjoy a drink.

In Renfrewshire, the scheme is jointly promoted by Police Scotland and Renfrewshire Council’s Community Resources. This year saw a record number of entries with 20 premises receiving gold, silver or bronze status.

Best Bar None Awards

Councillor Eddie Devine, Convener of Renfrewshire Council’s Environment Policy Board, said: “The Best Bar None scheme has been a real success in Renfrewshire and we were delighted with the number and the quality of the entrants this year.

“Licensed premises that provide a safe, enjoyable environment are crucial in making our towns vibrant places to spend leisure time.

The six places shortlisted are among our best examples and I wish them all well for the national awards.”

The six premises competing in Edinburgh are:

Lord of the Isles – Pub Category
Kilty Kilty – Independent Bar Category
Glynhill Hotel – Hotel Bar Category
SAUWS Union – Specialist Entertainment Venue Category
Cafuffals – Best Public Health Initiative
Hamishes’ Hoose – Heart of the Community

More information about the scheme is available at www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/bestbarnone[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]