The Tardebigge Pub & Restaurant The Tardebigge’s Response to Covid-19
Covid-19 has turned the nation's lives upside down. We have been concerned for our well-being and livelihoods at the same time we were separated from our loved ones. The UK continues to battle the pandemic but it hasn’t broken us.
There are countless stories of community spirit, charity and selflessness. The spontaneous creation of nearly 3,500 mutual aid groups. Over 750,000 people answered the call for NHS volunteers. 2 million people have joined local support networks on Facebook. When the going gets tough, the British will come together to support each other.
The pandemic has also taught us that a global crisis is fought at a local level. We made the local shop the most exotic place we would visit this Easter in order to save the NHS. Our neighbours became our support network in self-isolation. We have ‘Zoom’ partied like it’s 1999.
A great pub can be the beating heart of it’s community. When the wine and conversation are flowing there are good times to be found full of laughter, love and celebration. We’ve missed being that place.
In this spirit, The Tardebigge is going to do what it can to give back to our community. When we reopen a proportion of dessert sales will go to the NHS Charities Together ‘Covid 19 Urgent Appeal’. That way you can feel a little less guilty about those guilty pleasures and we can offer a little support to the NHS and those in need.
Finally, we would also like to assure you that our Guest’s health and safety is of paramount importance to us. Below you will find an overview of the social distancing measures and hygiene procedures we are putting in place with the hope that you will pop in and let us be Good Hosts once more.
How we are making The Tardebigge safe!
• Clear signage
• Hand sanitizer stations
• Pre-booking tables and capacity restrictions
• Social distancing between tables
• Single use menus
• Contactless payment
• Table service in the restaurant and bar
• Physical screens between booths
• Surface cleaning every 20 minutes
• Face masks are required when entering The Tardebigge and can only be removed when you are sat down eating/drinking
How you can help us!
• Make a booking and come enjoy yourself!
• Follow the social distancing measures
• Go cashless
• Speak up! If you see something wrong, please let us know
• If you feel unwell, please visit us another time!
The Owens family and The Tardebigge team
Good Host Group Ltd