Chain with pubs across Sussex commits to October discount scheme

A chain with pubs across Sussex has committed to a discount scheme in October.

Friday, 2nd October 2020, 4:14 pm

Further to its extension of the ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme in September, Hall & Woodhouse (H&W) has committed to offering guests 25 per cent off the bill at most of its managed houses Monday – Wednesday in October.

The offer comes as a new menu is set to launch across the brewer’s estate of pubs in the south of England.

Matt Kearsey, managing director of Hall & Woodhouse, said: “We are incredibly thankful for the support that we received from our guests who have dined with us over the summer. As we head into an uncertain autumn and winter, we wanted to continue thanking and giving back to our communities who are central to our continued success.

The Hall & Woodhouse Brewery

“We hope that this offer will appeal to new and existing guests and will give them the opportunity to trial our new menu, while benefitting from the discount in the week.”

Guests will receive 25 per cent off food, up to the value of £10 per person, the firm said. The discount can be used by guests as many times as they like, no voucher is required and there is no minimum spend.

The H&W scheme will run until Wednesday October 28 and will be available Monday – Wednesday across the majority of the H&W managed pub estate*.

Please visit www.hall-woodhouse.co.uk for more information on the offer and for the specific opening times for participating pubs.

The following pubs in Sussex are joining the scheme:

Black Swan, Crawley

Goffs Manor, Crawley

Hangleton Manor, Hove

Black Rabbit, Arundel

Black Horse, Hookwood

Gardeners Arms, Ardingly

Hornbrook, Horsham

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