AMID the coronavirus, restaurants, cafes, bars, and premises are still submitting licensing applications to their local authorities. Here are the latest submissions to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM).

Businesses need a license, such as to sell and/or store booze, in order to operate – and they submit applications to their local council for the authority to either approve, deny or review licenses.

Councils can also grant provisional premise licenses or a club premises certificate.

Representations can be made for or against applications – but there is a set date to submit comments to the council.

All recent applications can be viewed on RBWM’s website.

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The Bloomsbury Club UK Ltd, Outbuilding, Old Windsor. Last day for representation: June 9.

An application has been submitted for the premises to sell alcoholic products online and mail orders to customers nationally.

A limited amount of alcohol will be stored on the premises and no members of the public will be able to visit the building as it is for storage purposes only.

Alcohol will be sold Monday to Sunday 00:00-23:59.

Old Butchers Wine Cellar Ltd, High Street, Cookham. Last day representation: June 22.

The applicant wants to extend the premises’ licensable areas and hours which includes a garden and wine tasting room and to increase licensable activities to one hour.

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The Nook, Cannon Lane, Hurley and Walthams. Last day of representation: June 24.

Claire Thomas, the applicant, seeks to license a home as a premises to store alcohol used for the sales of local gift boxes containing alcohol products.

Orders will be made online with payments made online or by telephone only.

Creperie Club Limited, St Leonards Road, Eton and Castle. Last day of representation: June 25.

Along with a range of traditional crepes and a selection of hot and cold drinks, the applicant hopes to sell and supply alcohol at the café to accompany their food purchases.