cow herding

At Eastbrook Farm and The Royal Oak,
we have 20 full time posts and a few part time.

Businesses like ours needs people – loads of them! We think and hope that most of them think it’s a good job here, whether on the farm, in the pub or in the marketing and sales office.

Job vacancies

Book Keeper - part time

We are looking for an enthusiastic, easy going, part time booker to join the team here at Eastbrook Farm, to help manage the books for our glorious pub, The Royal Oak and our new restaurant in Swindon, Helen Browning's Chop House. This is a new role and the successful candidate will work alongside our finance director and other members of the team to ensure accurate records are maintained for both establishments. You will require:

  • Book-keeping experience;
  • Extensive experience of using Sage and knowledge of Suppliers, Customers, Bank and Nominal modules;
  • Attention to details and numerical accuracy;
  • Broad understanding of different VAT supplies and related rates;
  • Confident communication skills in order to follow through with Pub and Chop House staff (who work offsite) for missing documentation or differences on the weeklies.

A full job description can be downloaded here. To apply please send a CV and short letter stating why you feel you would be a good fit for our business to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Pub hotline: 01793 790481

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opening times in the pub

Closed Mondays in February

Tuesday to Friday:
Lunch
noon to 3.00pm
food noon to 2.30pm
*Not open for food on Mondays*

Evening service
6.00-11.00pm
food 6.00-9.30pm, Mon-Fri
*Not open for food on Mondays*

Saturday
Open all day from noon to midnight
food noon to 3.00pm
and 6.00pm to 9.30pm

Sunday
Open from noon to 8.00pm
food noon-4.00pm

We hope to see you!

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how to find us:

Bishopstone is about 8 miles east of Swindon, 10 miles west of Wantage. In the village is a large duckpond. If the pond is on the right, the next lane on the left is Cues Lane. The Royal Oak is 50 yards down there on the right. The car park is beyond it and round the back.

Please be aware that unfortunately it is a difficult pub to access for disabled users, but our staff are willing to assist wherever possible and suitable. Call ahead and ask us, if you can.

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