Find out a bit more about what it is like to work for Greene King from our own people.
At Greene King we are very proud of our award-winning apprenticeship programme. Following the recent National Apprenticeship Week, Graham Briggs, our apprenticeship manager, talks through some of his highlights…
Jason Flexen is Operations Manager for Greene King’s Farmhouse Inns. With around 50 pubs across the country Farmhouse Inns offers great carveries and portion sizes that will not disappoint. However, they are most famous for their homemade cakes produced by a team of Cake-a-tiers.
Chelsea Gibson, 25, is proof of just how vital training and development programmes are in enabling young people to pursue their passions in the hospitality industry. Having previously worked in the care sector, Chelsea heard about Greene King and The Prince’s Trust Get into Hospitality scheme from her career advisor at Spear.
If you like beer and you like pancakes then put the two together and try this simple recipe for beer pancakes.
Laura Davies, from our brewing team, booked her place on the London to Paris bike ride as part of our Greene King Miles for Macmillan fundraising challenge and is now starting to realise what she has got herself in for…
Group HR director, John Smith and his team organised a Health and Wellbeing Week for Greene King team members, which included a range of clinics, workshops and activities aimed at supporting all-round positive lifestyles...
With the Six Nations fast approaching Lewis visited St Margarets pub in Twickenham for the Greene King tackle bag challenge.
Stuart Watt is the Brand Director for our Belhaven Pubs in Scotland. With Burns’ Night just around the corner he reveals what celebrations are taking place in our pubs north of the border for one of the most important nights in the Scottish calendar.
With Bonfire Night over and Halloween a distant memory of the past, Gareth Cotton, General Manager at the Cherry Tree Farm in Willington took the time to tell us how his team of Cake-a-tiers got into the festive spirit by stirring up a bowl full of Christmas wishes.
In the run up to big events such as Christmas we ask team members at our head office and support centre to join our 'GK Rovers' team and venture out into our pubs to ensure that everything is in place and ready to go. Richard Jones, digital communications executive, joined the team for the first time this Christmas.
Who likes egg nog anyway? Here is a simple recipe for beer nog, a tasty alternative Christmas drink!
You might think it’s too early when you hear a Christmas song in November but Sharon McDermott, General Manager at the White Barn in Cuddington, and Julie Butler, General Manager at the Bonnie Prince in Derby, have been thinking about Christmas since August!
Paul (pictured, right) recently picked up the Business Development Manager of the Year for tenanted pubs at the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) awards. Here he describes what he feels are the key factors to successfully carrying out this pivotal role.
Excitement levels were at all time high this week as global star David Beckham visited our newly refurbished pub, The Artisan in Clerkenwell to talk about his latest venture with Haig Club.
Greene King’s Spirits Category Manager, Calum Cameron, tells us how the evening unfolded.
Michael McRitchie is the General Manager of the Old Blackfriars pub in Aberdeen. The pub recently took home a national award at Scotlands’ Business Awards…