We are an owner managed business, where the Directors and management team take personal responsibility for every contract. Supported with a carefully selected well trained workforce, we are proud to have a very capable customer focused team.
After the opening of The Brewery Tap House, the off licence closed. Real ale off sales, however, are still available from The Weatheroak Tap House, please click here for prices and more information regarding collection.
This specialisation started when Elizabeth I permitted a number of Huguenot refugees to settle here, bringing this rare craft with them. Their expertise enabled English needle manufacture to catch up with French methods and Studley was a leading area in this advance, gaining a European and even worldwide reputation.
Just outside the village on the Birmingham road is Studley Cricket Club, home to a thriving social and sports club, members of the Birmingham and District Premier League, (top of the regional midlands structure). The club is open all year round with a growing social membership and has relaunched its junior section for 2011.
Guests are welcomed on the first floor to the reception, lounge and hotel bar in a beautiful open stylised entertaining area. The plush and contemporary tones allow for a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Entrance to the hotel is also gained via one of original grand entrances and the new elevator from the restaurant will whisk you up to the reception, bar and lounge area in just 10 seconds, where you will be instantly drawn to this amazing space.
Studley has 3 primary and one secondary school within the Warwickshire Local Education Authority (LEA) area.
The parish church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin consists of a chancel, nave, south aisle and west tower. It features a 12th-century north wall and window of Norman date, fine surviving examples of opus spicatum or herringbone masonry, a medieval rood screen, Elizabethan era table and dug out chest, Jacobean era pulpit and brasses and other points of interest.
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Weatheroak Ale was first brewed in January 1998 and the brewery was expanded in 2000 then moved to its current site in Studley in March 2009.
Welcome to the website for The Weatheroak Brewery Tap House in Studley. Weatheroak Tap House has a full range of Weatheroak Brewery products available including the award winning Victoria Works Ale.
Over time we have gained an enviable reputation as a reliable, responsive, motivated contractor that delivers safe, high quality, cost effective work.
Andy Smith currently ranked 22nd in the Professional Darts Corporation Order of Merit counts Studley as his home town.
Studley is sometimes claimed to be the largest village in England, however, this is incorrect as it is not even the largest village in Warwickshire. Both Polesworth and Bulkington are larger. The United Kingdom Census 2001 reported Studley's population as being 6,624, decreasing to 5,879 at the 2011 Census.
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Studley is also known for being the site of a sewing needle and surgical needle making industry.
The Parish Council provide a number of services for the village which includes two Allotment sites which have in excess of 100 plots for rent. The sites are situated on Redditch Road and Station Road. We also provide and maintain the majority of street lighting in the village, the Parish Cemetery and the monthly Bulky Waste Collection on the first Saturday in each month. We are also responsible for the upkeep of the recreation grounds at Crooks Lane and Brickyard Lane.
Close to the Valley Gardens, Harrogate International Centre and within walking distance to the town’s shopping district, bus and train station.
Bobby Thomas is British Champion for competitive Jump Rope
Studley Community Library is run by Studley Parish Council.
Studley Engineering is a forward thinking company providing project, maintenance and shutdown services. With our new electrical company we can now offer the complete M&E solution to meet your needs.
With an elegant oriental finishes, roaring fire, with dark tones, steel and wood, exposed stone work and an eclectic mix of sofas it’s the insiders hang out away from hustle and bustle of Harrogate.
The survey of the clergy by the puritans in 1586 described the then vicar, Thomas Penford as; "dumbe & vnlearned, a verie aged man, he can scarce reade, yet he hath learning enough for 2 benefices ; for he reapeth the fruite of Studley & Coughton both, he hath of late gotten him a certaine hireling to serue his turne at both places, one Robt. Cathell a seelie Welshman that can scarce reade English distinctlie. The valew of both is better then xx by the yeare".
As well as boasting a number of football teams, including Studley BKL and Studley Juniors, founded a few years ago by Kevin Sanders and Mike Imms, (formed when the Redditch United Youth Teams broke away and were taken on by Studley BKL, the village also gives its name to Studley Musical Theatre and Operatic group which has been going for over 100 years. They perform twice a year, once in April in a spring show, performing Oliver in 2010 and Fiddler on the Roof in April 2011 and a summer concert.
Studley is often noted as having many pubs (17 within one square mile, plus numerous restaurants which also serve alcohol) and it has been suggested that the village has the second-highest number of pubs per head of population (second only to Blackpool).
Our success has been based on a high proportion of repeat business, won as a result of attention to the principles on which the company was founded over 25 years ago. These remain central to our approach and have been developed to meet the demands of the 21st century.
The Studley hotel is very much at home and established in Harrogate. With 28 Bedrooms, The Orchid Restaurant, Hotel O bar, 2 private meeting rooms, the Studley redefines the town hotel experience.
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For trade sales of award winning Weatheroak Brewery Ales please contact Dave Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01527 854 433 for more information. Trade enquiries can also be made through our form here.