Marston’s revenues fall 22%

Marston’s has reported a fall in revenues but has said it remains confident for future trading, which is recovering.

Revenue was down 22% to £402m and it reported an underlying pre-tax loss of £100m amid lockdown restrictions.

Like-for-like sales since ending of restrictions in July were up 102%.

“While there are still some challenges to navigate over the months ahead, we believe the worst of the pandemic is now behind us and Marston’s has emerged a stronger, more focused business which is in great shape,” said Andrew Andrea, CEO.

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