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Dawlish Sports Bar

Teignbridge District Council as ’Licensing Authority’ have received an application for a Premises Licence from Claire Birch, Sandy Lane, Dawlish, EX7 0AF

for a Premise known as Dawlish Sports Bar

The application is for:

Provision of Indoor Sporting Events

Monday to Friday: 6pm – 11pm

Saturday and Sunday: 12 Noon to 11pm

Sunday: 12 Noon to 10pm

Provision of Live Music - Indoors

Monday to Friday: 6pm to 11pm

Saturday: 12 Noon to 11pm

Sunday: 12 Noon to 10pm

New Years Eve/Day: finish 1am

Provision of Recorded Music – Indoors

Monday to Friday: 5pm to 11pm

Saturday: 12 Noon to 11pm

Sunday: 12 Noon to 10pm

New Years Eve/Day: finish 1am

Supply of Alcohol – consumption on the premises

Monday to Saturday: 2 Noon to 11pm

Sunday: 12 Noon to 10pm

New Years Eve/Day, Christmas and World Cup: finish 2am

Premises Open to the Public

Monday to Saturday: 12 Noon to 11.30pm

Sunday: 12 Noon to 11pm

New Years Eve/Day, Christmas and World Cup: finish 2.30am


Any person wishing to make representations to this application may do so by writing to The Licensing Section, Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4XX or by emailing licensing@teignbridge.gov.uk by 29 October 2021.

Representations received after this date will not be considered.  The receipt of representations will be published with the appropriate Committee Agenda (if applicable).

Due to Coronavirus - If you require further information please contact licensing@teignbridge.gov.uk who will be happy to explain the changes/application.

It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is not exceeding £5,000.

 

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Last updated 8 October 2021