New scheme should make Winchester nightlife Best Bar None

Hampshire Chronicle: Tom Manville, manager of the University of Winchester Student Union, and Gemma Taylor, events and marketing manager, showing off their award. Tom Manville, manager of the University of Winchester Student Union, and Gemma Taylor, events and marketing manager, showing off their award.

A NEW scheme which aims to reduce alcohol-related crime and disorder is to be launched in Winchester city centre.

The Best Bar None scheme works to improve communication and relationships between licensed traders, police and local authorities.

The students’ union at the University of Winchester was awarded the National Union of Student’s Best Bar None scheme for the second year running in 2013.

Now the union is working in partnership with Winchester Business Improvement District to introduce the scheme to the city centre.

Jane Bastock, crime reduction officer at Winchester BID, said: “Taking part in this nationally accredited award encourages businesses to share best practice, build good working relationships with the police and local authorities and the competitive nature of the scheme keeps businesses constantly on the lookout for new innovation ideas to improve business and creates healthy competition between the venues.”

Tom Manville, manger of the University of Winchester students’ union, said: “The winner of the Winchester Best Bar None scheme will show a commitment to operating to a high standard with well thought out risk strategies and a genuine regard for the wellbeing of all staff and customers.”

The scheme will be officially launched on Tuesday, February 25, in the Vault at the Winchester students’ union.

Comments

Comments are closed on this article.

click2find

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree