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The Giant Peach

Our blog about all things peachy


Always Native, Always Fresh, Always The Good Stuff

Day-boat sourcing means fresher fish, fully traceable from the moment it’s caught, to its arrival on your plate, from fishermen who take the sustainability of the seas as seriously as we do. We spoke to Trevor Blake, one of our executive chefs, to find out more about how our menus are written and why we … Continued

The Berry Best

“Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did.’ Dr. William Butler We know we’re not meant to have favourites, but there’s something special about the arrival of Summer. Sunny days, longer evenings, alfresco dining and you’ll also find the “berry best” English Strawberries on our special’s boards. We’re big on Strawberries … Continued

Supplier Spotlight — Portwood Asparagus

Spring is always an exciting time for us, marking the wonderful (yet all too brief) season for English Asparagus. We source the very best quality from our friends, J.W. Allen & Sons, at Portwood Asparagus. We recently had the pleasure of visiting the farm and learning about the life of Portwood Asparagus from Andy Allen, … Continued

Sian & Joe’s Tour De Pêche

15 MAY – 21 MAY 2022 Join us in supporting Joe and Sian as they cycle from the pub to Paris. All to raise funds to start an Intergenerational Weekly Music Group for those with Dementia. Here’s their story… In the recent years, people close to us have been battling with or have developed Dementia. … Continued

How We Calculate Our Carbon Footprint

We’ve been working with our partners at NetZeroNow for a few years, looking at our carbon footprint, and identifying ways of reducing. Over the coming months we will be setting targets and goals on how we can minimise our impact on the environment. We’re currently working with the Net Zero accreditation team ‘NetZero Now’ to … Continued

Net Zero Progress Report

We have always been one of the most sustainability focussed pub companies, and in 2021 we made it our stated aim to reach Net Zero. We want to get there, fast, in fact when put to a vote, our team decided that we should aim for 2023.    2021  In the lockdown January to April 2021,  … Continued