Eat Out To Help Out

The new initiative will launch next week and will run throughout the month of August

Get 50% off (up to £10 per person) for any lunch, afternoon tea or dinner bill in August as we have just joined the government ‘eat out to help out’ scheme.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme in his address to the House of Commons earlier this month.

As part of his summer statement, Mr Sunak announced the new programme which seeks to support the restaurant industry and their staff.

He stated: “To get customers back into restaurants, cafes and pubs, and protect the 1.8 million people who work in them, I can announce today that, for the month of August, we will give everyone in the country an Eat Out to Help Out discount.”

The programme will include food and non-alcoholic drinks, and will apply to both adults and children.

As an example of how this will work: if you book lunch at Burleigh Court spent £30 on food and soft drinks, you would each be able to take £7.50 per head off the meal, totalling a £15 discount – equal to 50 per cent. But if you were you to spend £80, only a discount of £10 per head would apply – £20 total – representing a discount of 25 per cent.

The scheme, which Mr Sunak described as “support[ing] restaurants and the people who work in them”, is expected to bolster the UK’s £130bn hospitality industry, which is the country’s third largest employer and represents nine per cent of all the country’s jobs.

Book your afternoon tea, lunch or dinner at Burleigh Court during the promotional period and discount will be applied automatically throughout August on Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesdays. Subject to availability

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