The annual list of the UK’s richest 1000 people, published in the Sunday Times, has seen many of the wealthiest lose significant parts of their fortunes.

Collectively the 1,000 multi-millionaires in the 2009 list are worth £258.27bn, down £155bn on last year.

The pub and brewing industry’s richest person was Heineken’s biggest shareholder, Charlene de Carvalho, with a £2,960m fortune, ranking her in seventh place, despite losing 18% of her wealth since last year.

Sean Quinn and family, who own a Dublin pub chain and hotel interests, were in 13th place with a £2,295m fortune, down £1,435bn since 2008.

The Reuben brothers, who own the 850-strong Wellington Pub Company among other investments, have seen their fortune drop 42% to £2,500m, putting them in joint ninth place with Joe Lewis, who acquired the majority of Robert Tchenguiz’s shares in Mitchells & Butlers last year.

The Earl of Iveagh and the Guinness family, stakeholders in Guinness, were ranked at number 52 with a fortune of £750m, down £80m.

The Grant and Gordon family, spirits company owners, with £600m, were at number 70, having lost £278m since 2008.

Among others in the list were Vivian Imerman in 139th place with a fortune of £375m, who made around £396m from selling whisky group Whyte & Mackay in 2007.

Marlon Abela, the head of the 30-strong Abela Restaurant Corporation, is worth £350m ranking him 146th.

Property tycoon Trevor Hemmings, who has a £218m stake in Scottish & Newcastle and also owns the 600-strong tenanted pub company Trust Inns, was in 178th place with a fortune of £300m.

Anthony Lyons, the founder of Davis Coffer Lyons, is worth £275m putting him 211th in the list.

Douglas Myers, who made most of his £265m fortune in the brewing industry, selling most of his interests in 1998 to Japanese brewer Kirin, was ranked as number 215.

Michael Cannon, who netted £50m when the 150-strong Eldritch Pope pub chain was sold and set up US burger chain Fuddruckers, made it into joint 235th place with Peter Harris and family, whose Bourne Leisure Business owns Butlins and Warner hotels, with both being listed as having a £245m fortune.

Hugh Osmond, the founder of Punch Taverns, who made millions selling shares in the company as well as in the Wellington Pub Company, was ranked 243 with a £230m fortune.

Further people who made it onto the list include:

346 - Nigel Wray, £165m. As a director of Domino’s Pizza he pledged shares as collateral for personal loans, with his stake valued at £56m and he has sold shares worth £36m over the last two years.

362 - David Coffer, £150m. The founder of property groups Coffer Corporate Leisure and Davis Coffer Lyons.

362 - Robert Earl, £150m. As owner of the Planet Hollywood chain, he claims to have lost millions over the years from the brand, with his fortune having declined £110m.

382 - Michael Herbert and family, £145m. Through his Herbel Restaurants, he controls the KFC franchise in Ireland.

406 - Tim Martin, £130m. The founder of the JD Wetherspoon chain saw his wealth increase £40m.

406 - Jamie Palumbo, £130m. Founder of the Ministry of Sound club brand and independent record label.

438 - Nick Leslau, £120m. An investor in the pub sector through his London property company Prestbury Group.

535 - Jon Moulton, £102m. The head of private equity firm Alchemy Partners, which has a majority stake in Inventive Leisure and Tattershall Castle Group.

540 - Luke Johnson, £100m. His private equity operation Risk Capital Partners owns the Patisserie Valerie and Druckers Vienna Patisserie brands.

575 - Sir Terence Conran and family, £95m. The family has a £29m stake in restaurant group Conran Holdings. He opened his 50th restaurant the Boundary in London in January.

644 - Adam and Samuel Kaye, £89m. The founders of the Prezzo pizza chain and investors in the Dim T brand. The brothers made about £26m when they sold their Ask restaurant chain.

657 - David McMullen and family, £85m. The family-owned Hertfordshire brewer McMullen & Sons is worth £60m.

688 - Ian Gregg and family, £82m. The founders of the Greggs bakery chain, the family currently owns about 26% of the company worth £76m.

694 - Lord Bilimoria, £80m. The founder of the Cobra Indian beer group.

694 - The Macdonald family, £80m. The Edinburgh-based family sold its controlling take in the whisky brand Glenmorangie to the French luxury goods group LVMH for about £100m in 2004.

751 - £75m - Sinclair Beecham, Pret a Manger co-founder. Lord Daresbury and the Greenall family, brewing and hotel chain De Vere. Julian Metcalfe, Pret a Manger co-founder and holds a £5m stake in the Itsu sushi chain.

793 - Esmond Bulmer, £71m. The family netted £84m for its stake in Heredfordshire cider maker HP Bulmer.

906 - James Young, £63m. His family holds a £58m stake in the London brewer Young & Co.

966 - John Halewood, £58m. Wines and spirits company Halewood International saw a surge in demand for Chinese beer Tsingtao around the 2008 Olympics.

2,000 - Jamie Oliver, £40m. Chef and restaurateur.