HUYTON PUB GETS
FAMILY FRIENDLY MANAGER
THE Stanley Arms on Roby
Road is to become the family dining destination of choice for Huyton
residents according to its newly appointed manager.
Richard Fearnley Smith, 49, has moved to the Stanley Arms along with
his partner and 3 children, having previously managed a successful
family eatery in the Wirral, the Arrowe Park Hotel.
Richard said:- "I think Huyton is a great place to bring up a
family and I want the pub to reflect that. We’ve got plenty on offer
for kids and adults alike, with deals that definitely won’t break
I pride myself on the highest possible standards and over the past
few months I’ve worked hard with my team to bring this to the
Stanley Arms. We now have something for everyone with cask ales, a
new summer menu, great offers and we’re planning to introduce fun
family entertainment including quiz nights, psychic evenings and
even morning bingo for local retirees."
Part of the Sizzling Pubs’ group, The Stanley Arms offers a wide
range of classic and contemporary pub grub from freshly battered
fish and chips to tandoori platters. Kids are spoilt for choice with
every dish on the menu at £2.99 and for adults there is a great
wine, beer and spirit selection.
The Stanley Arms is currently running an offer of buy one main meal
get the second for £1*.
T&Cs - Only selected dishes specified are included in the
offer. The £1 meal applies to the cheapest full price meal
from the two main meals ordered. See
sizzlingpubs.co.uk for full terms and conditions.
Also you can WIN A 3 COURSE FAMILY MEAL,
the Stanley Arms on Roby Road, Huyton, has teamed up with our selves
Southport & Mersey Reporter to offer 1 of our readers a family meal
This tasty competition is part of the newly appointed manager
Richard Fearnley Smith’s plan to make the Stanley Arms the dining
destination of choice for Huyton residents. With a new Summer
menu now in full swing, Richard is confident that the Stanley Arms
offers something for everyone with a range of classic and
contemporary pub dishes at fantastic prices.
Part of the Sizzling Pubs’ group, The Stanley Arms offers a variety
of mouth-watering dishes, ranging from delicious battered fish and
chips to Tandoori platters and chicken fajitas served on the piping
hot signature skillet. Kids are also spoilt for choice with
every dish on the menu at £2.99. And for those that aren’t lucky
enough to win this competition, Richard is offering local residents
the chance to become a Stanley Arms ambassador, enjoying
complimentary visits in return for feedback. For information, just
send him an
for more information! To take a look at the menu,
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning a family meal
is answer the following question:-
Q. The Stanley Arms is part of which pub group?
1. Roasting Pubs
2. Sizzling Pubs
3. Frying Pubs
This question will be repeated in next weeks issue as well, so you
have 2 weeks to enter in! To enter you must send us via email, your
FULL name and FULL contact information (address and phone no.) to
email@example.com, with your answer.
The closing date of this competition 11 August 2011 at 1pm GMT.
The winner will be contacted by the Sizzling Pubs’ Group with in 2
weeks from 11 August 2011.
Terms and conditions of the competition:-
► The family meal is available for a maximum of 4 people, is worth
up to the value of £60 and excludes drinks only.
► Entrants must be over the age of 18
► The prize is valid until 31 September 2011
► No employee or
family members of employees of PCBT Photography or PBT Media
Relations, Sizzling Pubs’ Group can apply.
► One entry per
Over 100 Jobs to be Created at Boulevard Business and Leisure Park
PEEL have submitted a planning application for
five eateries on its Boulevard Business and Leisure Park on Speke
Boulevard in Liverpool which could create over 100 new jobs in the
area. The intended units will be on a site next to the new
Dobbies Garden World which is currently being built and is due to
open in September of this year. The proposed 5 eateries will
comprise of a public house/family restaurant, a fast food
drive-through, a coffee drive through, and 2 more family
restaurants. Between the five units, 3 of which are already
under offer to national operators, over 100 new jobs will be created
and this will add to the substantial number of new jobs that the
Dobbies centre will create. The mixed offering will
appeal to a wide variety of customers including those visiting
Dobbies Garden World, local residents, and people travelling to and
from the airport as well as commuters travelling along Speke
Boulevard. Roger Wheeldon, Senior Development Director
at Peel said:- "The proposed scheme will serve the substantial
business community in the area which is currently poorly served by
modern places to eat and meet. These new jobs and those created at
Dobbies will make Boulevard Business and Leisure Park a major
employer in the area and Peel hopes that the Council will support
the plans. If consent is granted, building work will be able to
start in early 2012."
ONE PUNCH CAN
MERSEYSIDE Police is
launching a new campaign, to warn people that too much drink could
turn a good night out into a tragedy. As part of the campaign,
Merseyside Police is remembering the 24 people who have lost their
lives in Merseyside as a result of senseless violence. Seven of
these people were ‘one punch’ victims and the majority were alcohol
With the summer firmly underway, more and more people are taking
advantage of the good weather and drinking later and longer.
Officers are reminding people of the real dangers of drinking too
much. Alcohol can lead people who are normally mild mannered to get
involved in fights, and the normally sensible to find themselves in
Merseyside Police is working to raise awareness about how even one
punch can have devastating consequences and to encourage people to
enjoy a drink responsibly.
Chief Superintendent Jon Ward said:- "We’re trying to get the
message out there, a split second decision can destroy lives and
that ultimately - one punch can kill.
The summer months are a particularly busy time of year, when lots of
people are enjoying a night out. While violent crime is down across
the Force and we don’t want people to stop enjoying themselves, we
do want people to realise the serious implications of getting
involved in a fight, or even drinking too much and leaving yourself
open to becoming a victim of crime.
Victims of assault don’t always walk away with just a bruise.
Sometimes people don’t walk away at all; assaults can lead to
permanent disabilities or even death. Assaulting someone could also
steal your future – leave you in jail, impact on your family, your
employment, overseas travel and not to mention having to live with
the guilt of taking a life.
We’re appealing for people to think before they act – there is no
shame in walking away from trouble. By controlling your drinking and
your temper you could stay out of trouble, because throwing a punch
is just not worth the risk."
The Force’s ‘One Punch Can Kill’ campaign is also supported by Mr
Eldridge Clinical Director for Neurosurgery at The Walton Centre and
Mrs Agnes Skelly, the mother of Gary Skelly who died following an
unprovoked attack in September 2010.
Consultant neurosurgeon at The Walton Centre, Paul Eldridge said:-
"Sadly, not infrequently we see young people who
have suffered serious head injuries as a result of a single punch,
usually associated with alcohol. Unfortunately the aftermath
is either they don’t survive or, arguably worse, they have a
lifelong major disability."
Merseyside Police continues to work with local authorities,
licensees and student bodies across the region to get safety
messages out and ensure that our region remains a safe place to
enjoy a night out. In busy nightspots across the region, the Force
has dedicated officers who patrol the areas and carry out various
preventative operations, including safety arches and license premise