Ahead of the Chancellor’s introduction of the “Eat Out to Help Out” campaign which starts on Monday August 3rd, Oakman Inns has launched an exact copy of the scheme.
Customers can download their £10 voucher*, which can be used against all food dishes and soft drinks at any Oakman Inn, from their pubs’ websites or via their social media pages.
Oakman Inns’ new CEO, Dermot King, said: “Our customers and staff have all been in this horrible mire for over four months now and frankly we thought we all needed a bit of cheering up ahead of August. So, with prospects of good weather and some lovely pub gardens to visit, this is our way of thanking our friends and loyal regulars for supporting us since we re-opened. We were the “go-to” pub group when the Government needed some input into health and safety measures for a safe re-opening, and we believe we offer a more secure environment than a crowded beach or park. It’s our tenner they’ll be spending - not the taxpayers’ - so here’s their chance to have a guilt-free meal from Monday to Wednesday until the end of July - day or night – at our expense.”
Dermot added: “Following Government Guidelines, we’ve worked hard to ensure the welfare of our teams and guests. We’ve received a reassuring reaction to our safety measures which include Intensive Cleaning six times daily, table only service, one-way systems, screens between spaced tables, disposable menus, multiple hand sanitiser stations, strict social distancing rules and cashless payments. Our teams have been retrained and are temperature checked before each shift.”
The Voucher is available now until Wednesday 29th July 2020 on Monday through to Wednesday each week only. It will entitle customers to 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to a maximum value of £10 per person. Only one voucher required per table booking.
OAKMAN RUNS THE FOLLOWING VENUES IN OUR AREAS:
White Hart, Ampthill
Beech House, Amersham
Beech House, Beaconsfield
Cherry Tree, Olney
The Akeman Inn, Kingswood
Betsey Wynne, Swanbourne
The Polecat Inn, Prestwood
King’s Arms, Berkhamsted
Banyers House, Royston
Beech House, St Albans
The Red Lion, Water End
The Akeman, Tring
The Navigation at Thrupp Wharf, Cosgrove
The Crown & Thistle, Abingdon
The Old Post Office, Wallingford
Blue Boar, Witney
The Globe, Warwick
The Four Alls, Welford-on-Avon