The Government’s new ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme is set to begin next month to help give the hospitality industry a much needed boost.
The promotion gives diners a discount of up to 50% when eating or drinking soft drinks in a food establishment that is taking part in the scheme, up to a maximum discount of £10 per diner.
It will be valid all day on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from August 3 to August 31.
You don’t need a voucher and you can use the scheme at the same time as other offers and discounts, as many times as you like.
Here are the establishments in Cirencester that are taking part in the scheme.
- Malt and Anchor, 4 Castle Street, Cirencester
- Jacks Café, 44 Black jack Street, Cirencester
- Amore Mio, Brewery Court, Cricklade Street, Cirencester
- Subway, the Exchange, Brewery Court, Cirencester
- Igloo Restaurant, 37 Castle Street, Cirencester
- Piazza Fontana, 30a Castle street, Cirencester
- The Fleece, 41 market Place, Cirencester
- Thai Emerald, 36 Castle street, Cirencester
- Somewhere Else, 65 Castle Street, Cirencester
- Café Mosaic, The Wool Market, Cirencester
- Madeline’s, 36 Dyer Street, Cirencester
- The Bear Inn, Dyer Street, Cirencester
- The Friar Tuck, 54 Dyer Street, Cirncester
- Twelve Bells, 12 Lewis Lane, Cirencester
- SJP Café, 1 Tetbury Road, Cirencester
- Seafare Fish and Chips, 12 Chesterton Lane, Cirencester
- Jesse Smith Farm Shop and Coffee House, 19 Love Lane Industrial Estate
- McDonald’s Cirencester
- Stratton House Hotel, Gloucester Road, Cirencester