A MINIMARKET boss in breach of his licence must train his staff within six weeks – or he could have his permit withdrawn in the future.

Mr Goldi Singh Gurwara has been ordered by Buckinghamshire Council to educate his workers on alcohol sales after three violations were found at the Anatolia Food Centre, on Oxford Street, in High Wycombe.

The council resolved to modify the conditions of the licence in the interests of “the prevention of crime and disorder”.

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It requires Mr Gurwara to ensure all staff receive training in the selling of alcohol, including ‘underage sales, labelling of alcohol, storage of tobacco products and refusal of service’.

He must also see to it staff understand how to complete a refusals and incident log, as well as general conditions of the premises licence.

Mr Gurwara must prove to the council and police “initial training” has been carried out within six weeks. Subsequent training must be recorded for officer inspection.

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His licence was under review owing to three breaches in October 2020.

These included: improperly labelled alcohol, tobacco stored under the counter, and on-duty staff unable to operate CCTV.

Mr Gurwara’s lawyer said the labelling and video issues had been rectified.

A committee spokesperson said: “Any further breaches of the Licensing Act by the licence holder shall be given serious consideration and any further review of the licence may result in the revocation of the premises licence.”

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