Shroppie Fly Reopening

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Shroppie Fly Opening

ITS OFFICIAL!

We are reopening our doors to you lovely lot this SATURDAY 4TH JULY at 12pm!!
Please see image for slightly new opening hours.
We will be serving food Mon-Thurs 12-7pm, Fri and Sat 12-8pm and Sun 12-5pm.
There are safely measures and guidelines in place in order to keep yourselves and our staff safe; these include but are not limited to:

  • 5 hand sanitiser stations situated around the pub
  • A one way flow system with designated entrance and exit
  • Table service for drinks and food
  • All tables and chairs inside and out have been measured to ensure social distancing. Please under no circumstances move the furniture!
  • Contact details will be taken from each customer in order to aid the governments track and trace system.
  • Dogs are more than welcome as long as they are kept on leads at all times. We are however unable to provide water bowls and treats so do think about bringing your own.
  • 1 Metre social distancing applies at all times.
  • Pool table, darts board and gambler machine will be out of use.

We cannot wait to welcome you back to The Shroppie Fly, we have been working hard to make it safe and enjoyable for you all. Please be patient with us as we navigate this new post covid pub life, and any questions please do ask we are here to help.
See you soon!

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