Social distancing supermarket to aid remote villages

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Cirencester’s Corn Hall Deli and restaurant MBB Brasserie has recently transformed into a social distancing supermarket and will now be visiting villages, specifically for the elderly and vulnerable.

The coronavirus continues to affect public movements, with rumours of further lockdown measures.

“We are asking customers, of all ages to call the restaurant number, place an order and on set days we will be visiting villages,” Chef Ethan Rodgers, who is the brainchild behind the supermarket, said.

”On Wednesdays and Sundays we are already visiting Coates and Miserden.

“We stop at the village halls, this means the customers can come to us and we can place their order straight into their car to avoid contact.

Chedworth, Northleach, Duntisbourne Abbots and Ashton Keynes will soon be added to their grocery errand run.

“We are offering the same service at The Corn Hall as orders can be put straight into the customers’ car at the front or back of The Corn Hall or you can pop in and we can pick the orders out for you – it is about flexibility at this time.

“It is a safer way to shop.

“We have fresh fruit and vegetables and our chef-cooked ready meals and our Sunday roasts are proving extremely popular, we are also making pies and our own sausage rolls,” Ethan added.

To make an order visit mbbbrasserie.co.uk, email info@mbbbrasserie.co.uk or phone 01285 641818.

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