The landlord of a pub in Llanarth was both prosecuted and reviewed with regards to various breaches of his licence. He received a fine in excess of £2,000 following conviction for offences relating to his CCTV system, door supervisors and allowing underage persons to drink alcohol in the premises.
He may consider himself lucky not to have had his Personal Licence revoked by the Magistrates at the same time.
Separately he faced Review proceedings but his Premises Licence was not revoked. Instead a condition was attached to his licence requiring him to use a Police approved breath test machine before allowing anyone under the age of 18 on to his premises. This is a rather unusual condition - and perhaps the first time such has been imposed - and it is perhaps surprising that under 18s are allowed in the premises at all.