By Jo and Allan Brown - 4th July 2020 12:57pm
At last the time has come for us to welcome our customers back to The Lord Combermere. The last 15 weeks have been a challenge but we are ready to open our doors, albeit is a slightly restricted way. We are excited to see you all again and cannot wait to open at midday. Please join us if you can over the coming days, but please be patient if you do. There may be queues, service may take a little longer, or their may only be seating available outside at busy times, but we will be open for food, drinks, or take away. Please call 01270812277 to book a table for drinks or food, or to order a take away.
For those who love good food we have a new menu starting tomorrow for both eat in or take away, both menus are available on our web site, www.thelordcombermere.co.uk , You know who you are and you have done an exceptional job over the last couple of weeks and late into the night last night to make it look like your pub again and to make it "Covid Secure".
We have created more space between tables and are using less chairs, which has resulted in our capacity being reduced by 50%, plus there will be no standing at the bar in order to prevent clustering of people and reducing the chance of adhering to social distancing guidance. For these reasons we would recommend booking a table inside if your prefer to be indoors. Upon arrival we will explain how everything works now. Who would have thought visiting your pub would require explanation 6 months ago!
Many thanks to all those who have supported us over the last 3 months, we could not have made it this far without you. The generosity of our friends in Audlem is sometimes overwhelming
Stay safe everyone
Jo, Allan and the Lord Combermere Team
The Lord Combermere
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