35 Glebe Street, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire ST4 1HG
T: 01782 860 670

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The Glebe is a remarkable pub and in the heart of old Stoke with the city’s magnificent civic buildings, designed by Henry Ward in 1834, wrapping their way around the pub whilst the majestic Stoke Minster looks on. The pub is rather dwarfed by all this grandeur but the effect is to magnify the pub’s quality and its stubbornness to survive.

It is a classic corner pub of its day built at the same time as the civic buildings during William IVs short reign pre Victoria, and we absolutely love it.  It is of course listed with its classic design, some marvellous features; unique leaded glazing by the studio of William Morris, period architrave and its original central rounded mahogany bar counter.  The glasswork was all restored by Paul Georgiou a master craftsman based in Erdington, we are very grateful to him and his team for doing such an incredible job.  His work had to be very controlled due to the requirement to restore the William Morris glass.  We were so pleased we have commissioned Paul to design his own feature windows for the Royal Oak in Eccleshall which are well worth seeing if you're ever over that way.

We have worked closely with members of Stoke Council in particular the conservation team and local architectural archaeologists in restoring the pub to its former glory. It was an ambitious project but we think this is a pub which is worth the effort and believe Stoke is so deserving of investment.

At the very heart of the original Joule’s pub estate the Glebe is our flagship Joule’s Ale House for Stoke on Trent. It’s a reasonably short walk from the mainline station, so is as convenient for visitors as well as local people.

Opening Hours

Monday 12 noon - 11pm
Tuesday 12 noon - 11pm
Wednesday 12 noon - 11pm
Thursday 12 noon - 12midnight
Friday 12 noon - 12midnight
Saturday 12 noon - 12 midnight
Sunday 12 noon - 10.30pm

Food Service Hours

Monday 12 noon - 2.30pm
Tuesday 12 noon - 2.30pm 7pm - 9pm
Wednesday 12 noon - 2.30pm 7pm - 9pm
Thursday 12 noon - 2.30pm 7pm - 9pm
Friday 12 noon - 2.30pm 7pm - 9pm
Saturday 12 noon - 2.30pm 7pm - 9pm