Station cafe branches out while keepi...

Station cafe branches out while keeping founder's legacy alive

When Phillip Eastwood stepped up to the task of running the Grindleford Station Cafe nine years ago, he did so with a determination to continue his father's legacy. The late Phil senior - a one-time lorry driver, nightclub bouncer, debt collector, steelworker, hot dog seller and chip shop owner - took over the former station in 1973, turning it into a Peak District institution, famous for its full English breakfasts and generous platefuls of chips.

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