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Nantwich Hospitality Industry is Open for Takeaway Orders

Customer Mark Ray gives a contactless payment to Steve Lawson at Nantwich Bookshop and Coffee Lounge (photo: Jonathan White)

Numerous cafés, pubs, and restaurants in Nantwich will be open in line with government guidelines for takeaway services during the new four-week lockdown starting on Thursday 5th November 2020. 

Customers are asked to queue two metres apart with contactless payment the preferred method at most businesses. 

Products are available via takeaway and collection, with some offering delivery.

Frequently updated food outlet information is available via the ‘Nantwich Foodies & Business’ Facebook page.

Customer Mark Ray gives his order to Steve Lawson from Nantwich Bookshop and Coffee Lounge (photo: Jonathan White)

One such business providing takeaway orders is the Nantwich Bookshop and Coffee Lounge on High Street in the centre of the town. Denise Lawson, of the Nantwich Bookshop and Coffee Lounge, said: “We will have our full range of beverages available. We will have breakfast baps toasties and regular sandwiches. We will also have a selection of our beautiful homemade cakes. There will be a ‘menu’ board outside displaying what is available daily. Our trading hours initially will be 9am to 3pm. Once again I would like to thank Nantwich for their fantastic support throughout this year.”

Liz Parkin, community engagement consultant from inNantwich, said: “Once again the flexible and resilient restaurateurs and cafe owners of Nantwich have navigated their way through the next phase of restrictions and returned to doing takeaways. I would urge anyone who can afford the odd treat  over the coming month to support our independent food outlets.”