It's tough being behind a bar ... every penny and every drink count.

"After running 3 pubs, and stocktaking for the past 20 years, I know the pitfalls that can cost your business 100's of pounds.
I will show you how to save money - guaranteed !"
  • A personal friendly and reliable service
  • Full audit and inventory service
  • On the spot reports and advice
  • Monthly product monitoring / visits
  • FREE webpage for your pub worth £60
  • Start & Finish valuation
  • Taking over a pub ?
  • Leaving your pub ?

For the Past few years the pub trade has been pushed to the edge trying to make a decent profit.

You need to know your true Gross Profit, not the figure based on the takings in the till.

You have to clean the beer lines, you will lose some beer in the drip trays, the odd dropped bottle and maybe your pint at the week ends, there will always be lost stock. But how much money are you losing?

Over pouring a "glass" of wine, or that dash of cola that's nearly a half pint....
the post mix mixing 2 to 1 instead of 5 to 1 ...
the member of staff who's mates drink for free.
this is stock you can't afford to lose !

You can't put things right untill you know whats wrong....
A regular stocktake will identify what you're losing and where.

Contact me now for a free consultation.
Tel. 07982 149756

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Pub stocktaking and stock valuation services in cornwall

Pubs, bars, hotels and social clubs - regular stock taking and stock valuation is vital,
in these hard times you cannot afford to let money slip through your fingers.

The Crown & Sceptre, Stroud - "After taking over the pub in 2009 business has never been better. David came to do a start up inventory to make sure I was getting what I paid for. I now use David`s services every two months because it helps me manage my turnover very successfully."
The Red Lion, Westbury on Severn - "Even after paying David I save money, my ability to control stock is better and my business is healthy."
The White Lion, Cricklade - "David provides a professional and invaluable service." 
The Bell Inn, Newton Abbot, Devon - "After using David`s services in Hereford, I asked if he would travel to my new business in Devon, he agreed, literally going that extra mile." 
Chippenham rugby club
Bream RFC
Saintbridge Sports Club, Gloucester - "David has been stock taking here for 18 years, I wouldn`t be without his expertise." 
Woodmancote Royal British Legion
Monmouth British Legion
Conservative Club Monmouth
Churchdown Community Centre, Gloucester
Churchdown Social Club, Gloucester
Gloucester RAOB Club
The Bellfry Hotel Littledean
The Knighton Hotel, Herefordshire
The Radnorshire Arms Hotel, Prestigne
The Admiral Rodney, Martley, Worcs - "An excellent service, I wouldn`t use anyone else." 
The Golden Fleece, Stroud - "Have used David`s services for the past fifteen years." 
The Railway Inn, Cheltenham
The Vine, Cheltenham
The Swan, Cheltenham
The Club, Cricklade - "For 15 years we have used David`s service - first rate." 

Every client can choose to have a professional webpage made for their pub / club worth £60 - absolutely FREE !
Advertise your pub, drive more business, get found online. (Even if you have a website already, extra exposure will help),   example page
For pubs and hotels stocktaking your drink and stock valuation can now be the difference between success and failure, profit and loss. Indeed, there are many recent cases where it has rescued some very serious situations.
A professional stocktaker can advise you on all aspects of good control measures, including:
Ensuring gross profits are maintained on every single product your surplus and deficit trading positions your total overall profitability eliminating over-stocking by confirming stockholding.
Making marketing and promotions more effective. Build a complete picture of how the business is performing against current trends providing a comparison with similar previous periods to give a historical record of trading figures identifying losses not only through accurate counting but by reporting against actual till sales to highlight discrepancies between consumption and revenue received.
In addition, a professionally trained stocktaker's reports are accepted as valid records for tax, accounting and VAT purposes.
Pub Stocktaking should be viewed as an effective tool to help licensees compete in today's high-pressure trade. Altarnun The village of Altarnun Altarnun is named in the Domesday Book as Penpont but takes its present name from the 6th century church of St Nonna
Bodmin St Petroc's Chruch in Bodmin Bodmin is the former county town of Cornwall. It was the only Cornish town to be recorded in the Domesday Book,
Boscastle Harbour Boscastle is a tiny port with a natural harbour, set in a narrow ravine, and boasts some very attractive thatches and white-washed
Bude Bude is Cornwall's most northern town and has been a popular seaside resort from Victorian times. In the l9th Century, the town was notorious
Callington Callington is a small town with a population of around 4,500 situated in the beautiful area of south east Cornwall. It is 6 miles from the lovely
Camborne Camborne Camborne is a comparatively recent town. Much of its growth was associated with the mining boom in the early 19th century. Before this, Camborne
Camelford Camelford Camelford is an attractive, ancient town straddling the A39, which runs between Bude and Wadebridge. As implied by the name, the town is situated
Delabole Delabole Delabole village is situated about a mile from the North Coast of Cornwall. It is close to Camelford, Tintagel, Boscastle and Port Isaac and
Falmouth Falmouth The original harbour in Falmouth around which the town grew Until the middle of the 16th century, the only building in Falmouth was Arwennack
Fowey Fowey Fowey is a bustling small port which still has a busy commercial life in addition to providing attractive moorings for leisure boats. Its harbour
Hayle Hayle Situated on the opposite side of St Ives Bay, Hayle is famed for its three miles of golden sand. The beaches start at the mouth of the estuary,
Helford Helford Long ago, Helford Village was quite an important port. This is difficult to believe today as one approaches the sleepy little place on the banks
Helston Helston Helston is perhaps most famous for the 'Furry' or Floral Dance held on the 8th May, unless this falls on a Sunday or Monday when it takes place
Isles of Scilly Isles of Scilly View from Bryher to Tresco and beyond The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago of five inhabited islands, St. Mary's, Tresco, St. Martin's, Bryher
Launceston Launceston Launceston is the ancient capital of Cornwall and still boasts a medieval south gate and the ruins of a castle. In the 11th century Domesday
Liskeard Liskeard The ancient stannary and market town of Liskeard is situated in South East Cornwall, close to the popular resorts of Looe and Polperro. The
Looe Looe Looe is situated on both sides of the River Looe. The two towns are joined together by a bridge across the river. In medieval times East Looe
Lostwithiel Lostwithiel Lostwithiel is situated in a beautiful wooded valley at the tidal reach of the River Fowey. Located in central Cornwall, it is within easy reach
Marazion Marazion The attractive old town of Marazion is a popular destination for beach holidays and water sports, including windsurfing, kite-surfing and sailing.
Mevagissey Mevagissey Mevagissey is an attractive old town which was once the centre of Cornwall's pilchard fishery and which still boasts a working harbour,
Minions Minions Minions is the highest village in Cornwall, high up on Bodmin moor in South East Cornwall, not far from Liskeard. Most of the village is over
Mousehole Mousehole Mousehole Harbour Mousehole is a picturesque fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Land's End. It was sacked
Mullion Mullion Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard and has shops, inns, cafes and restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. There is a golf course
Newlyn Newlyn Newlyn is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the United Kingdom, with over 40 acres of harbour. The industry is one of the most important
Newquay Newquay Newquay was originally the fishing port of Towan Blistra before the new quay was built in the fifteenth century. Among other things, the quay
Padstow Padstow Padstow harbour. Busy as ever and still the focal point of activity Padstow was already a bustling little port of fishermen and boat-builders
Penryn Penryn The Borough of Penryn was enfranchised by the Bishop of Exeter in 1236 and in 1259 Henry III granted a weekly market in the town. Around the
Penzance Penzance The name Penzance is derived from the Cornish Pen Sans, meaning holy headland, as a chapel once stood on the point to the west of the harbour
Perranporth Perranporth In the 19th century Perranporth was a tin mining village. It is now a family resort with miles of golden sands, attracting surfers, sunbathers
Polperro Polperro Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro. A surfeit of touristy gift shops do not quite manage to spoil this quaint old Cornish fishing
Polzeath Polzeath Polzeath is a small village on the headland opposite Padstow. It was a favourite haunt place of the late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman and
Port Isaac Port Isaac Port Isaac has been an attractive fishing village since the early fourteenth century. Its narrow, winding streets are lined with old white-washed
Porthcurno Porthcurno Porthcurno Cove, West Cornwall Porthcurno was once an important place on the map. It was the centre of world telecommunication and, until recently,
Porthleven Porthleven View out over Porthleven harbour Porthleven is the most southerly working port in the United Kingdom and boasts a picturesque harbour, with
Porthtowan Porthtowan Set in narrow winding valley flanked by impressive granite cliffs is the seaside village of Porthtowan. The village itself is not by any stretch
Portreath Portreath Portreath is a small resort with a very narrow harbour located about 5 miles north of Redruth. It was once a busy port, importing coal and exporting
Redruth Redruth The village of Redruth began to take shape in the 12th century. It developed around the ford, some distance away from the parish church. This
Rock Rock The town of Rock is located across the Camel estuary from the fishing port of Padstow. For somewhere so sandy Rock might not seem like the most
Roseland Roseland The Roseland Peninsula is an attractive area of quiet beaches, impressive coastal and river scenery and picturesque villages, within easy access
Saltash Saltash Saltash is known as the Gateway to Cornwall, as it lies just across the River Tamar from Plymouth. Travellers arriving in the county by train
Sennen Sennen View out over Whitesands beach and Sennen Cove Sennen Cove boasts one of the loveliest stretches of sand in Cornwall, Whitesands Beach, and
St Agnes St Agnes St Agnes was yet another centre of the tin and copper mining industries in Cornwall. Many of the old engine houses can be seen around the area.
St Austell St Austell The old market town of St Austell is just a few miles from the coast and is one of Cornwall's biggest towns. It was for centuries an important
St Breward St Breward The village of St Breward boasts the highest church in Cornwall at a height of about 700ft. The local feast day is on the Sunday closest to
St Buryan St Buryan St Buryan, named for the Irish Saint Buriana, is an attractive village located at the heart of the West Penwith peninsula. Granite cottages
St Germans St Germans After the Conquest of Cornwall, the local church at St Germans became Cornwall's cathedral from AD926, when King Athelstan made Conan
St Ives St Ives St Ives, the perfect Cornish holiday resort Perhaps the nicest approach to St Ives is by way of the train from St Erth along the coastline through
St Just St Just St Just-in-Penwith is the nearest town to Land's End. It has an ideal situation for visitors to the far west of Cornwall as it is situated
St Keverne St Keverne St Keverne is the largest village in the Helford area and somewhat unusual (for Cornwall) in that it is clustered around a central square. This
St Mawes St Mawes The pretty village of St.Mawes looks out over the River Fal towards Falmouth. The old fishing port boasts steep and narrow streets rising from
The Lizard The Lizard Lizard Point with its lighthouse is the most southerly point in Great Britain. It is famous for the local serpentine stone, a unique metamorphic
Tintagel Tintagel The name of Tintagel immediately conjures images of King Arthur and the legends associated with him. The blackened ruins of Tintagel Castle
Torpoint Torpoint Torpoint could be described as the gateway to Cornwall. It is situated on a peninsula in East Cornwall, across the River Tamar from Plymouth.
Truro Truro The only city in Cornwall, although Bodmin is still nominally the county town. Truro's most striking feature is the Cathedral, with its
Wadebridge Wadebridge One of the earliest recorded references to the town of Wadebridge was in 1313 when a market and two fairs were granted to Wade, within the manor
Zennor Pendour Cove in Zennor with Gurnards Head in the distance The village of Zennor lies between St Ives and St Just, on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall.

David Thomas, Based in Redruth, Cornwall.
I offer pub stocktaking and stock valuation services. Tel. 07982 149756

Pub stocktaking and stock valuation services in Cornwall, with many years experience in the pub and licensing trade
I always put my client's interests first. Call now for a free consultation.