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    Eat Out to Help Out

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Registrations for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme are open.

Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry and encouraging people to safely return to dining out.

Restaurants, bars, cafes and other establishments who use the scheme will offer a 50% reduction, up to a maximum of £10 per person, to all diners who eat and/or drink-in on Monday – Wednesday throughout August.

This page is dedicated to promoting all participating establishments in North Kesteven. If you are registered for the scheme and wish to publicise your establishment please send your details to [email protected]

 

The Mallards, Sleaford

El Toro, Sleaford

Munchkins, Ruskington

Tiamo Italian, Sleaford

Marquis of Granby, Sleaford

The Agra, Sleaford

The Lion and Royal, Navenby

The Bustard Inn, Sleaford

Thai Sabai, Sleaford

Watergate Yard, Sleaford

Tempest Arms

Jolly Scotchman, Sleaford

The Tally Ho Inn, Sleaford

Pennells four seasons garden centre, Sleaford

The Lincoln green pub, North Hykeham

Amelia Alice Interiors, North Hykeham

Doddington tea rooms

Doddington Hall

The Bull, Bracebridge Heath

Coffe Culture, Lincoln

Waggon & Horses, Branston

Five Bells Bassingham

Thorold Arms, Harmston

Parkers Garden Centre Anwick

Blanchards, Sleaford

The Barge and Bottle, Sleaford

International Bomber Command Centre, Canwick Hill

The Lion and Royal, Navenby

Macys Brasserie, Navenby

The Penny Farthing Inn, Timberland

Ruskington Garden Centre – coffee shop

Tilly’s Tea & Gift shop, Metheringham

The Barge and Bottle, Sleaford

The Carre Arms Hotel & Restaurant, Sleaford

The Solobar, Sleaford

Apetites, Sleaford

Millers Bar and Restaurant, Sleaford

Market Square cafe and restaurant, Sleaford

The Garden Tea Room, North Hykeham

Curtis of Lincoln, Sleaford

 

Look out for the Eat Out to Help Out window sticker shown at participating establishments across the district.