Front of house staff

Help us run our organic farm hotel

 

Helen Browning’s Royal Oak is a very busy Good Food Guide and Caskmark listed pub.

Situated on our beautiful organic farm in Bishopstone, Wiltshire – 5 miles from Swindon, 10 miles Marlborough, 25 miles Oxford, 60 miles London.

Two years ago we opened our 12 new luxurious bedrooms and expanded our kitchen and dining space. We are looking to recruit front of house staff and a junior sous chef. Must be flexible towards other sensible work also, if asked.

Own transport essential, however, if not living in. We pay well, and tips can be extraordinary.

We are thrilled to be employers of anyone from anywhere in the EU. If outside the EU we need to know it’s legal for you to work here for at least a minimum of 6 months.

Current vacancies:

Senior Front of House Team Member (full time position)
Full/part time front of house staff
Junior sous chef

How to apply:

Please send a CV and covering letter detailing why you think you are suitable for the role to: lisa@helenbrowningorganics.co.uk

 

Farm Safaris for livestock, landscapes and wildlife at Eastbrook Farm

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Tackling the virus crisis ...

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A lot of love out there for Corned Beef (without a key)

Delighted that our organic Corned Beef is being applauded across the land. 5* reviews with Abel and Cole and a Silver award at British Charcuterie Live!

Clive Hill's Eastbrook Inbetweeners

Clive gives us a twitchers update on all the comings and going on the farm.

"The rookeries in the ash trees around the farm have been active since late February/early March and the early-nesting rooks will now be sitting on eggs. For most of the other birds the lengthening days and increased hours of sunlight are the trigger to pair up and start breeding ...

4 weeks ago
Eastbrook Inbetweeners ... farm update from Clive and the flurry of activity here - a twitchers take on farmlife.

https://t.co/VXq0PVPCyj

Helen Browning's Organic
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Come and walk the farm with Helen - we miss you all and thought you might like a tour.
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