Hungry for New Jobs in Sandyford

It has been reported that up to 40 new jobs will be created in Sandyford as the Hungry Horse Group have gained planning permission to build a new pub and restaurant off James Brindley Way, Sandyford.

Further reports say that the pub will have something for all the family to enjoy; the opening hours for the pub/restaurant following its launch will be Monday to Saturday 11.00 a.m. until midnight and on a Sunday it will close at 11.00 p.m.

For more on this story follow the link http://www.thisisstaffordshire.co.uk/Pub-plans-create-40-jobs/story-19613351-detail/story.html#axzz2bggpVOoN

19 comments to Hungry for New Jobs in Sandyford

  • Demi

    Is there a number??.

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Demi,
    Because the Hungry Horse has not opened yet, why not try the Cherry Tree (Hungry Horse) London Road , Newcastle Staffordshire ST5 1NZ 01782 712942 and see if they can give you a contact number to apply for jobs.
    Tom.

  • Dom Edwards

    Where can I apply for a job as I live up the road from the construction site.

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Dom,
    Try the Cherry Tree (Hungry Horse) London Road , Newcastle Staffordshire ST5 1NZ 01782 712942 and see if they can give you a contact number to apply for jobs.
    Tom.

  • Richard B

    I have just recently bought one of the houses on the new estate so am looking forward to have a new local. Just hope it doesn’t affect any of the nearby home owners!

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Richard,
    We don’t think it will affect homes nearby, and it is one of the upper market food retaurant’s. In fact we feel quite pleased they have moved into the “Pottery Village of Sandyford” and of course it’s bringing jobs to the area along with JCB.

  • Just like to say i have also got a house on the estate ,and i big thanks to,phil taylor who has put the money in the pub.

  • well done just what we wanted.

  • Andy

    Why would Phil Taylor put money in the pub, the Hungry Horse chain is a big concern, cant see them needing his money. I also live on the estate, close to the construction site, will be glad when the contractors have gone, sick of the noise and dust, I think the residents should be given a free meal at least for all the disruption.

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Andy,
    Not a bad suggestion for the pub to compensate you and other local residents to a free meal at the very least.
    The Council’s planning officer is coming to the next Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Public Meeting, Thursday 10th April, 7.30 p.m. Goldenhill Community Hall/Centre so maybe some residents from the estate could ask him at the meeting to see if he could persuade Hungry Horse to do the right thing, you never know unless you ask.

  • Sharon

    I live on this estate also, we are really looking forward to the pub opening. does anyone know yet when this will be?

  • Tom Simpson

    It is believed the Hungry Horse will open its doors sometime in April.

  • mica

    is there a number so i can apply

  • mica

    has this establisment been open and how do apply please could you email me

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Mica,
    Try the Cherry Tree (Hungry Horse) London Road , Newcastle Staffordshire ST5 1NZ 01782 712942 and see if they can give you a contact number to apply for jobs.

  • mitch harrop

    is there a contact number i can ring for this job in sandyford

  • Tom Simpson

    Hi Mitch,
    Try the Cherry Tree (Hungry Horse) London Road , Newcastle Staffordshire ST5 1NZ 01782 712942 and see if they can give you a contact number to apply for jobs.

  • sophie lunn

    I have rung this number and they havent got a contact for this location. Is there any other way of contacting them ?

  • Tom Simpson

    The business is now open and they can be contacted by visiting the Sandyford site.

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