We speak to brother's Matteo and Giancarlo Ungaro to hear their story and how Oakman Inns and Restaurants has shaped their careers in hospitality, bringing them both to General Management level.
Only 2.4% of the UK is now ancient woodland; half of this is under threat. The Woodland Trust is the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity and it is their mission to to ensure the survival of our ancient Native Woodlands for generations to come. This Spring Oakman Inns took to the woods of Tring Park to clear ivy from the woodland floor to help The Woodland Trust ensure the stable growth of one of the Nations most treasured flowers, the bluebell.
Oakman Inns are amongst the 40 recipients of The Princess Royal’s Training Award, organised by the City & Guilds Group. Those recipients cover the full spectrum of HR responsibilities including public and private sector businesses and are from industries that include hospitality, healthcare, finance and manufacturing.
Still reeling from their recent Top 10 recognition in the coveted Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For, Oakman Inns & Restaurants were celebrating into the small hours after winning two further awards at Tuesday’s Publican Awards in London which underscores the company’s excellent reputation.
Rising to eighth position at last Thursday night’s Sunday Times Best Companies Awards 2017, Oakman Inns & Restaurants entered the ranks of the Top 10 Best Companies To Work For in the UK.
On Friday 2nd December, following a £1 million refurbishment, one of Royston’s most iconic buildings, Banyers House in Melbourn Street, reopened its doors in time for Christmas, under the management of the Hertfordshire-based, award-winning pub group, Oakman Inns & Restaurants.
As the horrors of the Amatrice earthquake continue to unfurl, and the scale of the devastation and the need for assistance becomes ever more apparent, one UK pub company has pledged to help by donating every penny they would get from the sale of all their Pizzas and pasta dishes to the Italian Red Cross in order to provide some care for the hard-pressed victims and their families.
Hunky Dory Pubs formally opened The Beech House in Solihull – the first since its formation in May of this year. Hunky Dory Pubs is owned in partnership between Enterprise Inns and Oakman Inns. Solihull is the third site to open within Oakman’s fledgling Beech House brand and is the sixteenth within its wider existing stable. The development represents a further evolution of the innovative design features and high-quality product and service for which Oakman has become recognised over the last decade.
One of the oldest pubs in Warwick, The Globe in Theatre Street, is delighted to announce that it has been chosen as the “Official Restaurant & Rooms Partner” for Warwick’s Shakespeare 400 celebrations.