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Earl Grey pub is now open in Leek

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: July 18, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • Partners in The Earl Grey pub business, from the left, Rob Bailey and Mark Sidebotham.

  • Partners in the Earl Grey pub business, from the left, Rob Bailey and Mark Sidebotham.

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A pub in Leek has re-opened it's doors – after four years of being closed.

The Earl Grey, in Ashbourne Road, was re-opened on Friday, July 11, by friends, and now business partners, Mark Sidebotham and Rob Bailey.

The once 'front room' pub has been refurbished to be a larger drinking venue with two rooms.

Mark and Rob, who have 20 years experience of being in the pub trade, are aiming to create a traditional pub atmosphere at the new-look Earl Grey. They are currently offering real ales such as Buxton Brwery's Rednik Stout and Red Willow's Wreckless Pale Ale, as well as a specially brewed Earl Grey Bitter by Whim Ales.

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Mark said: "It's good to be finally open.

"It's now all about building up our custom."

Rob added: "We are looking forward to the future of serving the people of Leek.

"We aim to provide a good service and a good product."

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