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STAGE ONE OF RE-OPENING FOR PERIOD 12th APRIL TO 17TH MAY, OUTDOORS ONLY.
As you will all know stage one for hospitality is for outdoor space only, rule of 6 (upto 6 people from 6 different households) or 2 households (seemingly of any number). Our outdoor seating is designed for parties of upto 6 and so this should never be an issue. If you are a couple please help us maximise capacity by allowing other couples to join you.
Due to the unpredictable British weather we have decided not to take bookings other than for ‘The SANCTUM’ which is totally undercover, for the other areas front and back it will be a first come first serve basis.
Our opening hours will initially be:
Wed, Thur and Fri 3pm till 9 pm
Sat and Sun 1pm till 9pm
These hours might be subject to change due to demand or if the weather is so bad it would not be viable to open on that day in which case we shall let you know on social media.
Drinks ordering and payment will be via a QR code and so please remember to bring your smart phones, this enables a quicker more streamline service for our thirsty customers and don’t worry it is very easy.
Please keep your eye on Facebook for updates or changes to the rules and remember to bring warm clothing and a brolly although if you forget we have spares and will do all we can to try and keep you dry and warm.
Please also remember that the usual social distancing rules still apply with other tables and you will also require a mask if you wish to powder your nose or otherwise in the bar WC.
If you would like to book ‘The SANCTUM’ then please send us a message but please only book if you will definitely use it as availability is very limited.
We look forward to seeing you all from Wednesday the 14th April onwards