On Sunday 20th October 2019, over 600 children will be playing in one of the UK’s largest independent sponsored Minis & Juniors Rugby Festivals, the Oakman Cup, at Allianz Park, home of Saracens.
Following its sympathetic refurbishment, over 200 residents, community leaders and Farnham businesses discovered that The Lost Boy was alive and well in Downing Street’s very own ‘Neverland’ - and was serving great food and drink on its opening night last week.
The Lost Boy will be found at 3 Downing Street in Farnham from Friday September 6th 2019 when the Old Town’s newest arrival opens its hospitable doors at midday. A substantial investment by its owners, Oakman Inns, in the sympathetic restoration of the attractive Listed 18th Century Georgian building will also see an impressive make-over of the newly extended gardens, with outside seating and terraced areas by RHS Chelsea Gold medallist, Kate Gould.
Oakman Inns is pleased to announce that the The Royal Foresters in Ascot, which re-opened last year following a £multimillion redesign, has been nominated for The AJ Retrofit 2019 awards in the Hospitality, Retail and Leisure sector.
The Chairman and Directors of Oakman Inns are delighted to announce continuing strong sales growth for the 13 weeks to June 30th 2019.
The Like-for-Like sales for the quarter were up 4.8%. Total sales were £10,775,947, which represents a 28.8% growth over the same period last year.
The Board of Oakman Inns & Restaurants, the fast-expanding pub group, is delighted to announce the appointment of prominent industry figure, Steven Kenee as Chief Investment Officer. He is currently a partner of Downing LLP which manages over £1 billion of UK company investment. Steve spearheaded over £156m of investments, predominantly into the pub industry, and will be joining Oakman full-time in September 2019.
Last month Oakman Inns sponsored one of their employees, Joseph Cox, to undertake a mammoth adventure known as Endeavour India. Part of the Endeavour Series, Endeavour India is a gruelling action-packed race covering all terrains through the Himalaya’s and raises funds for charity.
Pub group, Oakman Inns, has completed the acquisition of seven freehold public houses with combined EBITDA of £2.8m from funds managed by Downing LLP. The transaction was completed in three tranches with the purchase of two companies Downoak Ltd (The Akeman, Tring, The Akeman Inn, Kingswood; The Crown & Thistle, Abingdon) and Hedderwick Ltd (Banyers House, Royston; The Cherry Tree, Olney) as well as The Globe in Warwick, which was previously held in a partnership.
Last week, regulars and local business owners joined the team at The Beech House in Beaconsfield to celebrate its reopening, following a major building project over the last few months.