Katherine Price

Katherine Price

News editor

Katherine Price is news editor at The Caterer covering hotel, restaurant, pub, bar and foodservice news articles and analysis. She also looks after the breakfast briefing newsletter, book reviews and writes features.

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Redundancies expected at Marine Troon hotel ahead of refurbishment

01 December 2021 by

Redundancies will be made at the Marine Troon hotel in South Ayrshire when it closes in January for refurbishment.

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Helen McBride leaves Old Course hotel

01 December 2021 by

Helen McBride left her role as general manager of the Old Course hotel in St Andrews last month, and according to her LinkedIn profile has joined the Lyford Cay Club in the Bahamas as managing director.

Texan hotel owners buy second Malmesbury property News

Texan hotel owners buy second Malmesbury property

30 November 2021 by

The Texan owners of England’s oldest purpose-built hotel have expanded their portfolio by acquiring the Grade[...]

Flat Cap Hotels buys the Vicarage News

Flat Cap Hotels buys the Vicarage

30 November 2021 by

Cheshire-based Flat Cap Hotels has bought the Vicarage hotel in Cranage for an undisclosed sum, having[...]

Marston’s losses widen but Christmas bookings ‘encouraging’ News

Marston’s losses widen but Christmas bookings ‘encouraging’

30 November 2021 by

Pub group Marston’s pre-tax losses widened from £22m to £100m due to pandemic restrictions, but Christmas[...]

Duncan Bannatyne puts Charlton House hotel on the market for £4m News

Duncan Bannatyne puts Charlton House hotel on the market for £4m

30 November 2021 by

The Bannatyne Group, owned by former Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne, has put the Charlton House[...]

First ministers of Wales and Scotland write to PM to confirm business support in face of Omicron variant News

First ministers of Wales and Scotland write to PM to confirm business support in face of Omicron variant

29 November 2021

The first ministers of Wales and Scotland have written to the prime minister to confirm funding for business support schemes should “more interventionalist measures” be required in light of concerns over the new Omicron variant.

Richard Corrigan to open restaurant in Camden News

Richard Corrigan to open restaurant in Camden

29 November 2021

Chef-restaurateur Richard Corrigan has revealed plans to open another London restaurant, this time in Camden Basin’s Hawley Wharf.

Staycation boom drives third quarter revenue at Travelodge News

Staycation boom drives third quarter revenue at Travelodge

29 November 2021 by

Budget hotel group Travelodge has reported a 9.9% increase in revenue to £229.5m in its third[...]

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Star at Harome fire believed to have been started deliberately

29 November 2021 by

The fire that extensively damaged Andrew Pern's Michelin-starred the Star at Harome in North Yorkshire is[...]

Ritz London’s Adam Beaumont wins BCF Young Chef of the Year 2021 News

Ritz London’s Adam Beaumont wins BCF Young Chef of the Year 2021

26 November 2021 by

Adam Beaumont, commis chef at the Ritz London, was named the British Culinary Federation’s (BCF) Young[...]

Fire forces closure of Staffordshire restaurant News

Fire forces closure of Staffordshire restaurant

26 November 2021 by

JR’s Texas Smokehouse restaurant in Chorlton, Staffordshire, has been forced to close after a fire broke[...]

Wetherspoon accuses major investor of breaching Corporate Governance Code News

Wetherspoon accuses major investor of breaching Corporate Governance Code

26 November 2021

Pub group JD Wetherspoon has accused one of its major investors of paying “lip service” to the 2018 Corporate Governance Code by using a "box-ticking" approach to its guidelines while breaking the code itself.

Hospitality trade bodies to help operators combat drink spiking News

Hospitality trade bodies to help operators combat drink spiking

26 November 2021

UKHospitality, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) and Hospitality Ulster have produced a suite of resources aimed at helping operators combat drink spiking.

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