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Businesses Rated

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: June 06, 2014

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THE latest Staffordshire Moorlands businesses and organisations to have been inspected and given a rating out of five for their food safety, health and hygiene standards by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council are below.

All reports are published in full on the website www.ratemyplace.org.uk

Abdul Spice, 41 Stockwell Street, Leek, was inspected on April 24 and awarded one out of five.

Forest Feasts at Alton Towers, Farley Lane, Alton Towers, ST10 4BZ, was inspected on April 23 and awarded five out of five.

Twinkle Tots Of Endon, Unit 4, Alder House, Station Road, Endon, Stoke-on-Trent, was inspected on April 16 and warded five out of five.

Ye Olde Rock Inn, Old Buxton Road, Upper Hulme, Leek, was inspected on April 16 and awarded five out of five.

Longnor Post Office And General Store, Longnor Post Office, High Street, Longnor, was inspected on April 15 and awarded three out of five.

Rudyard Lake Catering, The Information Centre, Dam Head, Lake Road, Rudyard, was inspected on April 14 and awarded three out of five.

Lawtons Pies, 74 Derby Street, Leek, was inspected on April 8 and awarded four out of five.

Brian Roberts Butchers, 23 Johnstone Avenue, Werrington, was inspected on March 27 and awarded five out of five.

Buckinghams Out Of School Club, Wallbridge Drive, Leek, was inspected on March 25 and awarded five out of five.

Sheen Hog Roast, a mobile premises, Sheen Mobile, was inspected on March 24 and awarded five out of five.

St Michael's CofE (Vc) First School, Horton Road, Rudyard, was inspected on March 21 and awarded five out of five.

Mollys Ices, a mobile premises, various locations around Ilam, Ilam, Mobile, was inspected on March 19 and awarded four out of five.

Manifold Primary School, Leek Road, Warslow, Staffordshire moorlands, was inspected on March 18 and awarded five out of five.

Breckles Wholefoods, 14 Stanley Street, Leek, was inspected on March 18 and awarded five out of five.

John Munroe Hospital, Horton Road, Rudyard, was inspected on March 17 and awarded four out of five.

H Meakin And Sons Ltd, 44 Queen Street, Leek, was inspected on March 14 and awarded five out of five.

Cobbles Home Caterer, Leek ST13, was inspected on March 14 and awarded five out of five.

Rushton Primary School, Sugar Street, Rushton Spencer, was inspected on March 14 and awarded five out of five.

Simla Tandoori, 19 The Smithfield Centre, Haywood Street, Leek, was inspected on March 12 and awarded one out of five.

The Royal Oak, High Street, Dilhorne, was inspected on March 10 and awarded four out of five.

Cheadle Spice, 6 - 8 Queen Street, Cheadle, was inspected on February 13 and awarded zero out of five. Staffordshire Moorlands District Council officials have revisited the premises and confirmed that the business is now compliant to be operational, although the company has not yet re-applied for a new rating.

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