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Dorset pub is offering free Christmas dinner for those unable to be with family

Christmas turkey being cut

Customers in Dorset who may be spending Christmas alone can enjoy Christmas dinner prepared by our Chef on Christmas day.

Christmas is all about family and enjoying good food – but 2020 is a year like no other and it may be the first year for many where they are unable to enjoy a Christmas dinner around the table with family.

Barr and Barr’s Hospitality the family business behind The Onslow Arms, The Wheatsheaf both in West Sussex and The Silent Woman in Dorset are inviting those who have had their plans changed with the new regulations to enjoy a different Christmas.

Book your spot at the Barr and Barr’s Family table and on Christmas eve we will deliver a Christmas meal with all the trimmings delivered straight your door, with instructions to safely reheat to enjoy our Christmas dinner in the comfort of your own home. No family Christmas will be complete without a game so all the family are invited to our virtual quiz hosted on Facebook live at 7 pm on Christmas Day.

The Christmas meal includes turkey breast with all the trimmings, all delivered straight to your door on
Christmas eve. To book your meal delivery slot please call 01929 552909 or email [email protected]

Christmas doesn’t need to be cancelled. We want our customers to enjoy a Christmas meal with all the
trimmings who cannot enjoy it with family or friends” added Rob Barr Operations Director “Family is at
the heart of our business and we want to ensure no one misses out on a quintessential Christmas this
year because of Covid 19 regulations

Barr and Barr’s Hospitality spokesperson

If you are spending Christmas alone due to a change of plans after the recent Government regulations
on 19th December. Reserve your free Christmas Dinner home delivery by 4 pm on 23rd December 2020.

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