These Are The Venues In And Around Swadlincote Operating The Eat Out To Help Out Scheme Next Month

  Posted: 27.07.20 at 23:45 by The Editor

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These are the venues in and around Swadlincote where you can make use of the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.

To get 50 per cent off your food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a total value of £10 per person if you eat or drink in every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 3 August and 31 August.

You do not need a voucher to use the scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts. There is no minimum spend.

Alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded from the offer.

The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme incentivises customers to eat in restaurants or other eating establishments by giving them a discount which the venue can then claim back from the Government.

The scheme is designed to drum up custom on quieter days of the week and means business can be built back up.

Here are the pubs, restaurants and cafes in the Coalville area as listed by the gov.Uk website.

The Bluebell Tea Room, 2 Belmont Street, DE11 8JU

Bodell’s, Ground Floor, 5 Belmont Street, DE11 8JU

Swadlincote Snowsports Centre, Swadlincote Ski & Snowboard Centre, Sir Herbert Wragg Way, DE11 8LP

McLean Restaurants Ltd, Belmont Street, DE11 8JU

The Jennings Rooms, 33 High Street, Woodville, DE11 7EH

Bombay Spice, 36 High Street, Woodville, DE11 7EA

The Bulls Head, Woodville Road, Hartshorne, DE11 7ET

The Mill Wheel, 31 Ticknall Road, DE11 7AS

Lakeside Bistro, Shortheath Road, Moira DE12 6BW

The Cricketts Inn, Burton Road, Acresford, DE12 8AP

Hong Kong Restaurant, 22 High Street, Measham, DE12 7HR

•Jungle Madness, Donisthorpe Woodlands centre, Church street, DE12 7PY

The Halfway House, 65 Church Street, Donisthorpe, DE12 7PX

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