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Which Spalding, Holbeach and Long Sutton area establishments are taking part in new scheme?




A number of South Holland establishments have signed up to a new Government scheme which has been introduced to boost the economy and encourage diners to visit pubs, restaurants and cafes.

The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme will be in place from 3 to 31 August and will mean that diners will get a 50% discount (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) when eating at eateries registered to the scheme.

See below which area venues will be taking part in the scheme, which will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in August.

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme (39098681)
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme (39098681)

Spalding;

  • The Loft
  • Amici
  • Costa Coffee
  • St Barnabas Hospice Shop and Cafe
  • Gurkha Oven
  • Tulip Tandoori Restaurant
  • Rustic
  • Regent Bingo
  • Katana Japanese Cuisine
  • Ayscoughfee Hall Cafe
  • Castle Cafe & Bar
  • Tonic 44 Community Cafe
  • Unique Cottage Cafe
  • The Kitchen at Springfields Outlet
  • Springy's American Diner at Springfields Outlet
  • Starbucks at Springfields Outlet

Holbeach;

  • Caffe Aurora
  • Chameli Tandoori Restaurant
  • Dragon Pearl
  • Rose & Crown, Holbeach Hurn

Long Sutton;

  • The Granary
  • Palmers Ale House & Kitchen
  • Subway

Gedney area;

  • Chestnuts Tea Room & Farm Shop, Gedney
  • The Rising Sun, Gedney Drove

Sutton Bridge;

  • The Anchor Inn

Donington;

  • The Black Bull

Weston;

  • Jak's Diner at Laser Storm
  • Fun Farm

Moulton;

  • The Swan

Surfleet;

  • The Ship Inn
  • Spalding Golf Club

Crowland;

  • Ye Olde Abbey
  • The Old Copper Kettle Tea Shop


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