Hydes trusts Self to run The Hornsmill
A new general manager has taken on The Hornsmill at Helsby.
North west brewery and pub retailer Hydes has appointed a new general manager at its dining pub The Hornsmill at Helsby.
With almost 15 years of experience in the hospitality trade and having worked at managerial level in and around Merseyside and Cheshire, Sam Self (pictured) was previously general manager of a pub in Formby for the past 18 months.
In his new role at The Hornsmill, Self has been instrumental in bringing in new team members, as well as working alongside existing employees, some of whom have been there for several years.
"Sam is very experienced and well equipped to take The Hornsmill to the next level of success," says managing director of Hydes Brewery Adam Mayers. "His enthusiasm and commitment is outstanding and he perfectly embodies all the key customer service attributes that Hydes looks for in its managers."
The Hornsmill is a modern pub with a spacious orangery dining area alongside a bar restaurant, serving 160 guests. Sunday lunch service regularly attracts in excess of 350 customers.
Hydes operates nearly 50 pubs, ranging from Lancaster in the north to Stoke-on Trent in the Midlands and across to north Wales.