We want to send massive congratulations to Gordon Stott of the Purefoy Arms who was awarded Best Pub Chef at the Great British Pub Awards 2021.
Former pub managers, Ali and Alan Coughlin made the jump into self-employment by taking their first tenancy at the Bulls Head, Frodsham with Red Oak Taverns. Having 19 years of pub management expertise and experience they literally grabbed the opportunity by its horns and transformed the pub inside and out.
Business partners Charlie Lock and James Cowley took over the Castle pub in Halton, Runcorn in September 2020. Charlie with an events and festival management background and James, a classically trained chef were granted a partially tied agreement with Red Oak and reopened the pub that had been closed for the previous 6 months.
Red Oak Taverns is to acquire nine Business Partnership (tenanted) pubs from Dorset family brewers, Hall & Woodhouse, making it Red Oak’s third pub package acquisition in 2021.
Local entrepreneur, Debbie Topping took over the Horse & Jockey the day before lockdown in March 2020. Some may say she couldn’t have chosen a worse time to take on her first independent pub business but rather than see the negative, Debbie and her partner Brian spent the closure time transforming the pub inside and out.
Congratulations go to the Old House at Home pub, Newnham GreenRed Oak pub, the Old House at Home in Newnham Green, operated by Chris and Donna Richards has received two awards this month. It was given the recognition, Best Family Run Restaurant in Hampshire 2020 by...
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