Applications for 2019/20 awards are now closed, however premises can still be assessed for the BBN accreditation scheme. The application form and assessment form remain here for info only.

2020 BBN Application Form

2020 BBN Scoring Assessment Form

BBN Brochure 2020 – (Word Format) – (PDF Format)

The Launch Event took place on the 23rd May at TANK, and a total of £160.60 was raised on the night for the Sheffield Street Pastors – thank you for everyone who contributed.

See below for info on why you should consider entering the scheme this time around.

Why Best Bar None? What’s in it for YOU?

One of the main reasons for premises to get involved, in the BBN scheme, is to WIN. Whilst winning is important there are some other benefits for being involved:

Free advertising:

All accredited premises are now identified as being BBN accredited on this website as well as the following

This year all accredited premises have been promoted via both universities during Freshers week.

Free Training:

Children Safeguarding training

If children and young people come to your premises (for example to socialise, perform, entertain or work) it’s important that you have the right safeguarding policies in place to make sure the environment is safe for them and ‘family friendly’.  This is one of the core objectives of the Licensing Act 2003 and as part of your Best Bar None application you are entitled to send your staff on a free training session that is provided to people in the licensed trade free of charge.  The training is delivered by the Safeguarding Children Board, Trading Standards and Police and attendance will help you to develop your risk management procedures as well as helping you to evidence your child protection policies as part of your Best Bar None application. Contact the DACT for more details 0114 2736851

Project ARGUS is a NaCTSO led initiative; NaCTSO is the National Counter Terrorist Security Office which asks businesses and other organisations to consider their preparedness for a terrorist attack. It achieves this by guiding people through a simulated multi-media attack which identifies the measures that can assist in preventing, handling and recovering from such an incident. It explores what is likely to happen in the event of a terrorist attack. It highlights the importance of being prepared and having the necessary plans in place to help safeguard staff, visitors and assets. All events include a module on the use of firearms by terrorists. Contact the DACT for more details on 0114 2736851

Free Legal High Training

Available to Best Bar None Accredited Premises

Do you come into contact with or have concerns about LEGAL HIGHS on your Premises?

Do you want your staff to learn more about?

  • What they are?
  • If they are Safe?
  • Who uses them?
  • Where do they come from?
  • What to look for?
  • Their Legal Status?
  • The Effects and Risks
  • Harm Reduction tips and available Treatment…

To book a place contact the Trainer John McNeil on Tel:  01142721481 or Mob: 07400555044

Discounted eLearning courses from John Gaunt & Partners

John Gaunt & Partners are offering 3 for 2 on all their eLearning courses. More details can be found here.