Find out who is registered in Haverhill and the surrounding villages with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme
Scores of restaurants, cafés and pub in the Haverhill area are among 3,000 outlets across the UK to have so far signed up to the UK Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which goes live on August 3.
As Eat Out to Help Out stickers and posters start to appear in the windows of restaurants, cafes, bars and other establishments, customers who want to take advantage of the scheme are advised to look out for the logo.
Diners that eat-in will benefit from a 50 per cent discount, up to a maximum of £10 per person, on food and non-alcoholic drinks, any Monday to Wednesday up until the end of August.
Participating outlets must wait seven days from registration to make their first claim with all eligible claims being paid within five working days. Claims can be submitted weekly and businesses are encouraged to register before the 3 August to benefit for the entire month in which the scheme runs.
In Haverhill the venues that have registered so far are Nine Jars, Route 66, Doffy's Tea Room, Dejavu, The Haven Café and Haverhill Golf Club.
Away from Haverhill, these are the other registered establishments within the villages covered by the Echo:
The George Inn
The Black Bull and Bull Inn
The Three Hills
BAYTHORNE HALL, BAYTHORNE END
The Swan Inn and Café Clare
CORNISH HALL END
The Horse & Groom
The John Barleycorn
The Red Lion
The White Hart
The Old Red Lion
The Linton Kitchen, The Crown Inn
The Fox & Hounds
The Chestnut Tree
The Greyhound & Twenty One
CHAIN RESTAURANTS PARTICIPATING
To find out which venues have registered with the scheme in any geographical area go to https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out/find-a-restaurant
More by this authorSteve Barton
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