Sound the trumpets and beat the drums because Greene King has set up its 40th Farmhouse Inns in Festival Park. And not just that, Brindley Farm promises to offer some of the unique local warmth and goodness of the surrounding area. That’s why the new managers are giving the venue a distinctly 'Stokie twist’. Sean and Clare Kelley will offer locally-brewed ales and oatcakes and even display Moorlands Pottery plates designed by local schoolchildren. We are looking forward to a bright future here,” shared Sean Kelley, proudly looking around the Brindley Farm.
That’s just the way things have always been done at Farmhouse Inns. With a particular focus on identity and tradition, that creates a homely feeling. That’s why whichever Farmhouse Inns you walk into, you’ll immediately feel as if you’ve come home after a long journey. The new venue in Stoke boasts succulent carvery, an ice cream parlour and 'Cakeaway' service and on top of that has had an even more profound effect on the community, creating 80 new jobs. We are looking forward to a bright future here,” shared Sean Kelley, proudly looking around the Brindley Farm. And the new site seems to be delighting both guests and new recruits. Karen Pearson, who recently started working here, said: “It is a brand new building and it has a nice atmosphere to work in.” Everyone is in the same boat at the minute but we're all learning together and loving it so far,” chimed in Kimberly Lyon, another new starter.