We are all looking forward to seeing you tomorrow for the start of this scheme which on Mondays to Wednesdays you can all have 50% off your food up to a maximum of £10 per person. We are also extending our opening hours to 3pm in anticipation of the rush!
After closing on the 16th March we opened the doors of the café on the 6th July from 9am to 2pm, last orders 1.30pm; Monday to Friday.
We would obviously like to thank all those customers who have been to see us and after 3 weeks we are quite pleased with our progress. From next week our rooms upstairs will also have visitors and so thanks again to them for supporting us.
From 3rd August and throughout August we will be participating in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme which means that on Mondays to Wednesdays, all our food will have a discount of 50% applied.
It’s back and the Old Saw Mill will have its apple juice, cider and cider vinegar for sale. Of course it will be a little different tomorrow. It is going to be held in the Fairground car park. When you visit us I want you …
In August we are going to be participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme which the Government has announced. In August any person can have up to 50% off a meal up to the value of £10. This is any food and drink …
We are very proud to announce that we have taken over the catering for this club which used to meet on Fridays in town at a couple of venues. Since many of the recipients of food have had to self isolate for several months, the …
It’s back and the Old Saw Mill will have its apple juice, cider and cider vinegar for sale. Of course it will be a little different tomorrow. For a start it will not be on the High Street where it is more difficult to have a robust social distancing routine. It is going to be held in the Market Street car park.
When you visit us I want you to know that we will adopt the 5 commitments below:-
Adopt social distancing procedures
Provide hand sanitising
Enable our staff to work safely
The organisers have been very strict with all of the traders to ensure that all visitors and traders are safe and so I hope that in turn when you come to our stall, you will also adhere to the rules.
As part of minimising contact we are keen to only receive card payments from people.
See you tomorrow.
We are currently going through a process of determining if it will be feasible to open the café for customers after the 4th July. We are using a Food Standards Agency checklist to identify any changes we need to make in either the cooking of …
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Congleton 2020 Food and Drink Festival – but not as we know it! It’s vital we support our local producers and so the organisers have arranged a virtual version for this year. You can support by buying produce this week and on Sunday June 14th …