Pubs, social clubs and brewers in Scotland are facing extinction as a result of months of restrictions, closures and the ongoing lockdown.

The business support that the Scottish Government has announced is welcome - but it may not enough to prevent pubs and brewers closing for good.

Please fill out your details below to send a message to your local MSPs and ask them to introduce a long-term financial support package for the beer and pubs industry. 

You will be taken to a new page, with the template email text to review and edit before sending to your local and regional MSPs.


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