COVID-19 – an update
Monday – Saturday we open 11am – 10pm with food being served 12-3 / 5-8.30pm.
Sunday 12-10pm with food being served 12-8pm (last orders 7.40pm)
As you will no doubt have seen, new guidance has been issued in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19. From Thursday 24th September 2020, the following measures will be in place here at The Nog Inn.
- WE WILL CLOSE AT 10PM – LAST ORDERS WILL BE CALLED AT 9.30PM
- TABLE SERVICE ONLY
- NO MORE THAN GROUPS OF 6
- WE WILL REQUIRE YOUR CONTACT DETAILS FOR TRACK & TRACE PURPOSES
- FACEMASKS ARE TO BE WORN, UNLESS YOU ARE SEATED AT YOUR TABLE
Many of these measures have been in place here for some time, but others are new and we would be grateful for your assistance in complying with these.
If you don’t feel comfortable with these measures, then please remember we are still offering our takeaway service (with collection & delivery options) for both food & beverage – you can still enjoy a little bit of publife in the comfort of your own home!
We will be continuing and extending our takeaway service and full details of our collection / delivery service can be found online at www.thenoginn.co.uk – this can be ordered online or by phone on 01963 32998.
- Booking is essential for both diners & drinkers – if you just turn up we will do our best to accommodate you, but if there are no tables available, I’m afraid we will be unable to “squeeze” you in.
- Please arrive at the time you have booked your table for – we don’t want it to be all about money, but, time is money and we are a business and have many people who rely on us for employment.
- Children and dogs on leads are welcome, but they are your responsibility and you will need to ensure that they adhere to social distancing for the safety of our team and other customers.
- Toilets – this is an old building with pinch points. Please use common sense – one in one out.
- Hand sanitiser will be available as you walk into the pub, as well as hand washing facilities – come on people, you know the drill!
- We have carried out a full risk assessment and we will have procedures in place which we please ask you to adhere to for everyone’s sake.
- If you are showing symptoms, we would ask you to please remain at home and self isolate.
Anyone not adhering to these rules or giving our team a hard time will be asked to leave.
William, Amy & all at The Nog Inn
Businesses are legally required to take customers’ contact details so they can be traced if there is an outbreak. They can be fined up to £10,000 if they take reservations of more than six, do not enforce social distancing, or do not take customers’ contact details.
Staff in hospitality venues must now wear masks, as must customers when not seated at their table to eat or drink. The penalty for not wearing one, or breaking the ”rule of six” has doubled to £200 for a first offence.