Young’s H1 managed lfls up 5.2%

The Guinea Grill in Mayfair is a Young's pub but became a popular haunt for American stars after the Second World War

Young’s has reported a 5.2% rise in like-for-like sales (lfls) in its managed estate for the 26 weeks to 1 October, with total revenue up 8.8% to £156.8m along with a 4.7% increase in adjusted EBITDA to a half-year record of £40.4m.

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