Subjects: Alcoholic beverages
Social responsibility workshop for licensed premises staff
A workshop to help any staff working where alcohol is sold is planned for early next year.Legislation requires that anyone involved in the sale of alcohol - on or off-sales - has a social responsibility to all their customers. In response to requests for help understand what this means in practice, Moray Council's licensing team are holding a workshop at Moray College on February 5th.Anyone intere
Council in Scotland’s whisky heartland leads the way in tasting drams deal.
The council that has more distilleries than anywhere else in Scotland is the first to issue guidance on size of measures drunk on whisky tastings and distillery tours. Moray Council’s area includes the world renowned Speyside region, where 60 distilleries attract thousands of visitors every year.
Moray licensing applications can now be tracked online by anyone.
MORAY business owners and interested members of the public can now track licensing applications online.Launched this week on the council’s public access portal, the facility allows anyone to view details of all business licenses granted throughout Moray – effectively acting as a public register.Additionally, by visiting www.moray.gov.uk/lic-app users can view current information about applications