Just wanted to give a quick update on ‘pub life’
We have now been re-open for two weeks and we have been blown away, not only by the wind, but the support you guys have shown. It has been AMAZING having you all back, enjoying the chit chat & banter with you all!
We have been busy, Leon and I have clocked up many steps serving you in our garden area and having to do table service. We have been lucky with the weather, although it has been cold, it has at least been dry. Our new tablet ordering system seems to be making things a little quicker – but its all a learning curve and we are slowly but surely getting used to things.
Some of you may have already logged on and benefitted from our new super dooper Wifi that reaches into the garden. Just ask us for the password if you want to log on. We also have had CCTV installed over lockdown. This is to ensure the safety of our customers and staff – and so that I can keep my eye on ‘some’ of you! (Keith Sheffield / Pete Jousiffe!!!!)
We have amended our opening times and we are now open from 12pm on Fridays, so those of you that like a weekday lunch – you can now join us at The Wheatsheaf – check out the opening times below:
Mon/ Tues Closed
Weds Open from 5pm
Fri/Sat/Sun Open from 12pm
We are still offering our take aways, although our take away menu does not change each week on Weds & Friday, we offer the same menu. Just call or text to book as you did during lockdown. We have an alternative menu for those that dine in with us, and each week we will also have ‘specials’ which shall be available to those that are eating in the garden.
We still advise you to book a table with us as sometimes we are really busy, you can book on 01832 732203 or 07798 918566, alternatively take your chances by walking in and if we can seat you then we will.
Thank you to everyone who applied for our kitchen help job, we had an overwhelming amount of applications. I will be in touch with you all over the next few days 🙂
I think that is everything from me. I know I keep saying it but thank you so much for your support. we really couldn’t have kept your village pub going without you all.
You take care, stay safe and will see you over the next few days