By Steve Elliott - 24th March 2020 6:08am
Fortunately its not all bad news!
Yesterday evening my wife and I decided that we couldn't be bothered to cook and that we'd eat at the LC for a change.
Obviously it wasn't possible to ring up for a table, so we simply rang up for food instead!! We weren't disappointed- an excellent meal as always
Allan & Jo and the team continue to contribute to the well-being of Audlem by providing continued employment to a great team of people- as well as providing good food for the rest of us!! As you might know, they are able to deliver to those people who are unable to collect.
And they have gone to a lot of trouble to ensure that there is no social contact involved in the process.
Also the empty plastic bottle that I just happened to have with me was filled with a couple of pints of delicious Doom Bar!!
So- why not go along- its a win-win situation- you get the satisfaction of eating an excellent meal and beer/wine as well as the satisfaction of helping preserve a wonderful village asset.
Click here for details of the service offered by the Lord C.and the take-away menu.
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