The Giant Peach

Our blog about all things peachy


Celebrating a Three Star Food Made Good Rating ⭐⭐⭐

We know many people are looking to make more sustainable choices when eating out. At Peach we’re taking positive steps to reduce our impact on climate change. We’re proud to have recently been awarded a Three Star Food Made Good rating by the Sustainable Restaurant Association for the action we’ve taken to be a better … Continued

Coronavirus Update (updated 20th March)

20th March Update – To everyone in our community. As we’ve navigated our way through the Corona Crisis, we’ve been doing everything we can to protect the livelihoods of our team and serve our community the best we can. Now along with everyone else, we’ll be temporarily closing our doors, whilst we work through our ideas to … Continued

A Double Win

The High Field gastropub in Edgbaston, Birmingham, has enjoyed a double celebration last week, after coming away from the Food Awards England 2019 awards with not one, but two trophies. The High Field was named Midlands Gastro Pub of the Year as well as the second best Gastropub in the whole of the country, at … Continued

Hertfordshire Pub Manager Wins Top Industry Award

We only went and won an Acorn! Terri Dell, 27, General Manager of Brookmans in Brookmans Park has earned a place in the hospitality hall of fame by winning an Acorn Award, a top accolade which recognises the industry’s rising stars.  Terri was presented with the award at a special ceremony on Monday 17th June … Continued

A new look for The One Elm, Stratford’s neighbourhood pub

It’s been just over two weeks since we reopened the doors at The One Elm, after a top-to-toe refurbishment making the friendly neighbourhood pub the perfect place to eat, drink and catch up with friends any time. As well as transforming the look and feel of the pub, we’ve brought a brand new all-day menu … Continued

The Telegraph Reviews The Bear & Ragged Staff

“Take the opportunity to escape the bustle of Oxford with a stay at this comfortable pub in a village on the outskirts of town. The building dates back to the 16th century, but today it is run by foodie-centric pub group Peach Pubs.” Caroline Mills, Travel Writer. Recently Caroline Mill, a travel writer for the … Continued