Marston's, which has several pubs in Newark and Sherwood, warns 2,150 jobs will be impacted following further government restrictions
Marston's, which has several pubs in Newark and Sherwood, has warned 2,150 jobs will be impacted after the government tightened coronavirus restrictions.
The pub group said curfews and new rules on face masks, as well as the new three-tier guidance for operating in England, had affected footfall.
The Marston's pubs in Newark and Sherwood: The Plough Inn, Caunton, The Crown Inn, Bathley, The Red Lion, Farnsfield, The Plough Inn, Farnsfield, The Old Reindeer, Edingley, The Crown Hotel, Southwell, The Rutland Arms, Newark, The Sawmill, Newark, The Tawny Owl, Fernwood, The Worlds End, Lowdham, The Unicorn Hotel, Gunthorpe and The Royal Oak, Car Colston.
Marston's said: "Inevitably, and regrettably, recent restrictions will impact jobs.
"We have reluctantly concluded that around 2,150 pub-based roles currently subject to furlough are going to be impacted.
"Furthermore, we have initiated a full review of overhead costs that will be concluded by the end of December.
"These decisions are difficult but are necessary due to the restrictions placed upon our business at this time."
Marston's, which owns 1,400 pubs around the UK including the Pitcher & Piano bar brand, employs around 14,000 people.