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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