As you know we kept pretty busy during lock down with the community shop, dine at home takeaway menu and the Moody Cow Chuck Wagon offering fresh "street food to go" from a converted horse box in the car park.
We opened the dining rooms as soon as we were allowed, as we promised we would, on 4th July, the pre-opening plan that we wrote in May worked flawlessly and the team quickly got to grips with our new way of working.
We still feel it is more appropriate to maintain a minimum of two meters distancing between "bubbles" and most of our guests are reassured that we ask them to complete a booking form and have a policy of booking in advance if you are dining in.
We have also set aside Wednesday lunch exclusively for those that are clinically vulnerable, either due to their age or an underlying health issue, this
is proving increasingly popular and we expect demand will increase further when those advised to shield start venturing out again after the 1st August.
With the exception of the shop, which we had to stop because the kitchens are required from 8am for dish preparation, all the other services are continuing.
We find there is still strong demand at the weekend for the dine at home takeaway menu and the Chuck Wagon goes from strength to strength, now, of course, you can enjoy your street food in the courtyard with a drink from the bar, there is no need to complete a form, you will just need to give us your contact details and accept that the toilets won't be accessible.
We have received some lovely feedback from our guests over the last few months and we would like to thank you for your continued support.