Neston's Real Food Kitchen gets new owners

Kayleigh Stapleton and her partner Shaun Woodage have taken over Real Food Kitchen in Neston.

After qualifying and then working as a solicitor five years ago, Kayleigh decided to switch to hospitality in January this year, while Shaun has worked as a chef for several years.

Speaking to Chester Standard, Kayleigh said: "It has always been a dream of ours. Shaun had been looking for years at businesses for sale and we saw Real Food Kitchen was advertised.

"Katie, the previous owner, had done it up so beautifully and it was such a gorgeous space, we couldn't believe our luck."

For the full story, seeĀ Chester Standard.

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