Info Session On Island’s Liquor Licensing Laws

April 22, 2016

The Bermuda Police Service will host a public information session for entrepreneurs and promoters in conjunction with the Liquor Licensing Authority [LLA] on Wednesday, April 27 from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at the Dame Lois Brown Evans building.

A police spokesperson said, “On Wednesday the 27th of April from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, the Bermuda Police Service in conjunction with the Liquor Licensing Authority will be hosting a public information session for all entrepreneurs and promoters looking to hold large scale events, parties, or concerts.

“In the lead up to the summer months and growing event periods like National Heroes Weekend and Cup Match, the BPS and LLA are encouraging promoters and entrepreneurs to attend a meeting to discuss the Islands Liquor Licensing Laws, the plans and measures that the BPS and Liquor Licensing Authority will be looking for from event organizers, the National Plans to streamline the process of holding a large scale events, and to have a discussion on ways forward for the island from a legislative and organizational standpoint.

“The meeting will be held within the Dame Lois Brown Evans building and any person looking to attend should confirm to Insp. Scott Devine of the Bermuda Police Service at sdevine@bps.bm or 247-1117.”

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  1. Real deal says:

    This why weed will never be legal. To much money to be made in Liquor Licensing.

    • Whistling Frog says:

      No, its governments way of saying being drunk is better for the economy. You get taxed for buying the liquor, you also get fined (Taxed) for being drunk, disorderly and disruptive in a public place. But on a more serious note. Herb is not just for smoking, its also used as a medicine as the whole plant is used. If you want to have a really good party or hosting an event have the food caterers season all the food with herb. Its way better then having a drunk party and everyone leaves in a merry manner.