Fighting cultural trends is no good – Manchester’s success shows hospitality must adapt to social changes

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By Sacha Lord It’s no use burying our heads in the sand: a new generation and the scars of the pandemic have changed going-out habits forever. Greater Manchester is thriving because bars and clubs have responded to this, writes Sacha Lord Make no bones about it, the past year has been atrocious for hospitality. With more than 6,000 venues closing for good in the 12 months to December, it is now the third-highest sector in the UK for administrations and this hasn’t been a one off. In the past three years alone, more than 23,000 venues have closed amid the heavy toll of the pandemic, cost of liv…

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