MEDIA

Kenny MacAskill MSP

Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Kenny MacAskill MSP, sees the SBPA's new Challenge 25 logo during a recent visit by the Association to St. Andrew's House by SBPA Chief Executive Patrick Browne (pictured left) and SBPA President Ken McGown (pictured right).
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SBPA's Media Launch for Challenge 25

The SBPA's Media Launch for Challenge 25 saw the Convener of the Glasgow Licensing Board, Councillor Stephen Dornan (pictured second from left), and the Clerk to the Glasgow Licensing Board, Mairi Millar (second from right), show their support for the campaign at Glasgow pub DRAM!, whilst the Area Manager for Maclay Inns, Stephen Thomas (left) and SBPA Chief Executive, Patrick Browne (right), lend their support for Challenge 25.
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 The Kilderkin pub in Edinburgh

SBPA Chief Executive, Patrick Browne (left) gets the backing of the landlord of The Kilderkin pub on Edinburgh's Canongate, James Nisbet (pictured second from right), for the SBPA's Challenge 25 campaign, along with staff member Jacqui MacEachen (pictured second from left) with the support of SBPA President Ken McGown (right).
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Wild Boar pub in Aberdeen

SBPA Chief Executive, Patrick Browne (left) gets the backing of the Manager of the Wild Boar pub in Aberdeen, Derek Armour (ight), for the Challenge 25 campaign.
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The Kittiwake pub in Broughty Ferry

SBPA Chief Executive, Patrick Browne (left) gets the support of the Manager of The Kittiwake pub in Broughty Ferry, Mark Thompson (pictured centre), for the Challenge 25 campaign, along with staff member Michelle McLaren.
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The City Walls pub in Stirling

SBPA Chief Executive, Patrick Browne (pictured cetre) gets the support of the Manager of The City Walls pub in Stirling, Ross Mamo (pictured right), for the Challenge 25 campaign, along with staff member Lauren Kerr.
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