Greene King, the UK’s leading managed pub company and brewer, has announced that its managed pubs in Newcastle will be part of the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, due to launch nationwide next month.

All Greene King managed brands, including Greene King Locals, Hungry Horse, Farmhouse Inns, Chef & Brewer and Flaming Grill, will participate in the scheme, which offers 50% off food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 per person. The discount will be valid Monday to Wednesday throughout August.

Pubs including the Crow’s Nest, Junction and Fox & Hounds will offer the discount to customers, available to redeem against a range of dishes, including pub classics such as burgers and fish & chips.

A spokesperson for Greene King, said: “We welcome the introduction of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, and we hope that it will be a great encouragement for customers to support the nation’s pubs.

“Our pubs are at the heart of their communities and through this discount we hope that it will broaden the opportunity for locals to enjoy a long overdue and well-deserved meal with their loved ones.”

Following their reopening earlier this month, all Greene King managed pubs follow a new set of Pub Safe promises, designed to protect the welfare of team members as well as ensure that customers can socialise safely. The Pub Safe scheme centres around hygiene and safety, underpinned with a series of practical measures the company has introduced, while m

The Pub Safe scheme includes the following five promises:

  1. Anti-socialising layout throughout Greene King pubs
  2. Looking after our team, so they can look after our customers
  3. Minimise human contact
  4. Hand sanitising and hygiene
  5. Pub Safe Monitor

The full list of participating pubs in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme are:

·         Peregrine (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne)
·         Walls End (Wallsend)
·         Oak Tree Farm (Sunderland)
·         Valley Farm (Gateshead)
·         Wearside Farm (Washington)
·         Ravensworth Arms (Lamesley)
·         Story Book (Boldon)
·         Wheatsheaf (Woolsington)
·         Black Bull (Benton)
·         Corner House Hotel (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne)
·         Duke of Wellington (Kenton)
·         Fountain (South Shields)
·         Fox & Hounds (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne)
·         Fox Hunters (North Shields)
·         Pack Horse (Burnopfield)
·         Prince of Wales (Jarrow)
·         Waggon Team (Gateshead)
·         Lonsdale Hotel (West Jesmond)
·         Bay Horse (Whickham)
·         County (Gosforth)
·         Gunner (North Shields)
·         Longship (Hebburn)
·         Turks Head (Tynemouth)
·         Junction (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne)
·         Crows Nest (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne)
·         Bamburgh (South Shields)
·         Beaconsfield (Gateshead)
·         Ben Lomond (Jarrow)
·         Gold Medal (Gateshead)
·         Jingling Gate (Newcastle)
·         New Derby (Sunderland)
·         Newton Park (Newcastle-U-Tyne)
·         Rosedene (Sunderland)


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