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Newcastle under Lyme
The Borough of Newcastle under Lyme is part of Staffordshire and is close to junctions 15/16. The market town of Newcastle under Lyme has a population of around 75,000. The area has a wide range of retailers, many of which are independents, a dedicated market area which has a selection of types of markets running throughout each week. Keele University and the popular College are also very close to the Town Centre, which has been awarded the prestigious Purple Flag, like a green flag for parks and gardens, is an award to promote safe and managed night time economy.
Latest News Articles
York Place wins ethical workplace accreditation
York Place becomes first shopping centre in UK to win prestigious ethical workplace accreditation. The fairplace Award ® – developed in partnership with the property industry – allows businesses to demonstrate practical commitment to people, local community and planet.
Heatwave in Staffs! How to Keep Cool at Work
With record temperatures hitting the Staffordshire region and heatwave warnings causing everyone who is at work (and not lazing under a parasol poolside somewhere) to get hot under the collar, we asked local temperature control solution specialists, Acclimatise to offer some tips on keeping cool in the office. Eat smaller meals When you eat a large meal, your body must work harder to digest it, pushing your metabolism into overdrive. Try to have small snacks throughout the day instead of larger meals and you’ll feel much cooler. Avoid caffeine Not going to be a popular one this but… forgoing your morning tea or coffee can help you stay cool. Caffeine increases your heart rate and blood flow and speeds up your metabolism, all of which raises your body temperature. The same goes for beverages with a high sugar content, which can have similar effects. Stock up the fridge and keep hydrated If you don’t have a communal office cooler, keep bottles of water in the fridge. If space is at a premium, use a smaller bottle, poor yourself a glass every now and again and top up the bottle before popping it back in the fridge. This way you’ll have […]
Newcastle-under-Lyme Weekly Footfall update
This week’s latest Footfall data for Newcastle-under-Lyme; WEEK COMMENCING SUN MON TUES WEDS THURS FRI SAT TOTAL 16th April 2017 474 4329 6762 6197 6935 7387 8482 40586 16th April 2018 4812 8999 10938 10880 9192 11284 12747 68852
Sponsorship Opportunity for Homecoming 2018
Local businesses are being given the opportunity for a sponsorship package for this years Homecoming event. The Homecoming is a well established Circus themed event that happens in Newcastle-under-Lyme every year. This year is set to be bigger and better than ever with Newcastle-under-Lyme being named as one of the 6 cities of circus! Sponsor The Homecoming 2018
WHAT's ON in Newcastle under Lyme
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Rare Lounge Bar & Steakhouse is owned independently by a local Newcastle couple, Rare is set in the old “ Rectory Chambers ” a building unique in character that dates back to the mid 18th century, our Restaurant and Bar are contemporary in style, fully air conditioned, with a relaxed informal atmosphere, we have a very nice, large, fully enclosed covered and heated smoking terrace to the rear, and a Pavement Café to the front so “Alfresco style” eating and drinking is not a problem should you desire. Our speciality is thick, juicy, succulent, and tasty steaks, which our Chefs will char grill to your preference. We source our beef locally from Staffordshire farms and insist on the best, top quality cuts to ensure you really can taste the difference. For non steak lovers and non meat eaters our Head Chef has created an exciting array of dishes to tantalise your taste buds including delicious salads, chicken, fish, home made burgers and fajita dishes, as well as a good range of Starters, and delicious Desserts to finish you meal. Open all day from 9:30am Monday -Saturday until Midnight and from 12pm until 11pm on a Sunday, serving the largest Breakfast […]
Hopinn opened in mid-February 2014 after a brief refurbishment when Martyn and Ginny rescued the pub from Punch Taverns. The pub was built in 1871, and has a bright and airy front bar, a large lounge at the rear with it’s own smaller bar and also an outside smoking area to the rear. Our aim is to provide a good selection of fine ales and a comfortable and relaxed environment in which to enjoy them. Our permanent beers will be from Bass, Oakham and Mallinsons with five other guest ales from a variety of brewers, such as, Magic Rock, Hand Drawn Monkey, Hopcraft, Tiny Rebel, Red Willow, Fyne Ales and Hawkshead to mention but a few. We also have good wine and spirits to choose from and a selection of single malt whiskies. As a free house our intention is to source the finest beer from micro breweries from all over the country, to enable our customers to enjoy a good beer in a comfortable and friendly environment.
Peaches Chinese Restaurant menu is extensive, alongside all the meat dishes, there is a good selection of seafood and vegetarian dishes. We also have an interesting wine list featuring wines from across the globe with an eye on finding the right wine match for Chinese food. Whether you are looking for a restaurant for a business dinner, a family gathering or just a meal for two, we can suit your needs. Children are most welcome at Peaches. Make your dining experience with us a special occasion and book a table in advance. We highly recommend that if you are looking to book for a Friday or Saturday evening that you book at least 2-3 weeks in advance to avoid disappointment. Take a look at our extensive mouth-watering menu and wine list to tempt your palate.