You are required by law to display certain notices within your premises.
You must display:
- the Summary of the Premises Licence in a position where it can be seen by your customers
- a Section 110 Notice at every point of sale where alcohol is sold
- an access notice to tell customers if children and young persons are allowed to be on the premises (on sales only).
To serve alcohol you must either have a personal licence or have received 2 hours training. Your personal licence or a record of your training must be kept on the premises at all times so it can be inspected by a Licensing Standards Officer or a police officer.
Download a Scottish Challenge 25 poster from Retail Of Alcohol Standards (RASG).