By Alison Walker - 2nd July 2020 6:09am
CAFE AT BRIDGE 80
The Overwater Marina "Cafe at Bridge 80 "are delighted to announce that normal hours will be resumed from Saturday 4th July, opening every day 9.30am to 16.00.
Limited tables will be available indoors, plenty of outside seating, plus to ensure that "we have it covered" — a marquee is also now available providing additional seating for you to enjoy, whatever the weather?! In accordance with new guidance from the Government, new measures are in place to protect both our staff and customers:
Customers choosing to use the indoor facilities will be asked to provide their name and address under the new track and trace regulations.
Increased hygiene measures including more frequent hand washing and frequent cleaning of high traffic area, public areas, tables, payment machines etc.
Multiple hand sanitiser stations are in place.
Customer numbers will be limited indoors.
A one way system is in place utilising both doors.
We have installed a Perspex screen, providing protection for both customers and staff.
Contactless payments are available.
We look forward to welcoming both existing and new customers and will try our very best to provide a service as safely and efficiently as possible and would ask that you please bear with us whilst all the new measures are being carried out.
Thank you...Cafe at Bridge 80 Team
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