We are delighted to announce that we will have opened our new venture, ‘Little Grange’.
We offer the same great team and warm welcome, whilst following the latest government guidelines to make sure you are safe as well as comfortable when you visit us.
Our staff and volunteers will welcome you as warmly as ever, whilst maintaining a 2-metre physical distance – we urge you to do the same.
We welcome family and friend groups of six people, maximum – and please keep your children close to you. Dogs must be kept on a lead throughout your visit.
We won’t be taking bookings at Little Grange, although in the near future, you will be able to pre-order and pre-pay for certain menu items.
We encourage guests to use the well-spaced outdoor tables, or bring a picnic rug of folding chairs for your own comfort. If you see that the area is indeed getting too busy, please do pop back again a little later.
Customers can access Little Grange through the same car parking areas, and clear signage will be up to help you to remember to keep your distance, at 2m spaces. We will create a one-way system and our staff will be able to direct you if you have any questions.
The field is uneven, and disabled guests and those with mobility issues are very welcome to sit on the terrace outside The Grange Restaurant, accessibly by a smooth tarmac path – please leave this area free for wheelchair users and those who can’t easily access the field.
We have always been rigorous with our cleaning and hygiene; however, we have stepped up our routines, maximising our continuous cleaning with frequent cleaning of key touch points including counters, door handles, loos and sinks.
Customers have access to foot-operated hand sanitisers as they arrive and leave, and during their visit; and staff and volunteers will be regularly and thoroughly washing their hands.
Indoor loos are available, including the accessible toilet, and we will be undertaking extra cleaning.
To avoid any unnecessary contact, payment will be contactless (no cash), including an opportunity to support the work of our charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People through a contactless ‘tap to give’ donation station.
Please remember, if you have any symptoms of coronavirus, please stay at home!
Food and drink
Whilst still delicious and freshly prepared, you’ll find a smaller selection of food and drink available at Little Grange, which Chef will expand on throughout the summer.
Our menu will be clearly visible on site, and online at www.thegrangerestaurant.org.uk/little-grange-menu
With light snacks, sandwiches and paninis and Afternoon Tea available, you should have no need for cutlery, although this will be made available, pre-wrapped, together with pre-packaged condiments such as salt, pepper and sugar.
We look forward to seeing you at Little Grange soon, for a safe and welcoming drink and snack.
Very best wishes
Michele Jennings and all at Little Grange
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People