Posted on April 03, 2020
One of our family favourites, The Bell at Sapperton is offering a ‘click and collect’ service through their website for their ‘community shop’ where you can place your order online and pick up ‘contact-free’ from the pub (they are also delivering locally to vulnerable patrons through a team of volunteers), you can also choose from the Bell’s Classic food menu and pick it up hot, ready to eat – or prepped for you to cook at home. They are launching a brilliant ‘adopt a nurse or doctor’ scheme where you can donate towards meal vouchers for front-line staff to enjoy later in the year, and also buy gift vouchers for your own pub lunch once restrictions are lifted, with a free extra 20% added to the amount.
Broadway Deli are open for business and making deliveries from their own supplies, as well as supporting the local community, offering to deliver other essentials from the village, post letters and help those most vulnerable. Keep your eye on their Instagram for more details and opening hours in-store.
If you’re looking to stock up on organic meat, vegetables and Easter treats, Daylesford Organic’s farm shops are still open and they can also deliver – they have a beautiful range of eggs and chocolate treats if you are planning an Easter Egg Hunt, as well as a well-stocked wine merchants for the adults, too!
MBB Brasserie are offering a ‘click and collect service’ from the Corn Hall Market, simply browse their site for everyday essentials of fresh bread, eggs, cheeses and dry goods – as well as a daily changing range of ready meals and butchery cuts. They are also offering a mobile delivery service where you can pick up from local village car parks in the surrounding area, check their website for dates and times.
If you’re looking for a gift to send to a loved one this Easter, catering company, Hassle Free Weekends are turning their expert culinary skills to providing deliveries of home-cooked meals to stock up your freezer and are also taking orders for luxury Easter Hampers.
Mills Jackson has put her events catering business of 17 years on hold and is focussing on taking the pressure off at home for local residents by providing freezer-ready meals, delivered to your door. With a truly personal service, she focusses on local, seasonal produce and can cater to any size brood and specific dietary requirements.
We are long-time fans of Lynwood and Co’s cafes, the independent chain of coffee shops dotted around The Cotswolds and during lockdown they are offering a delivery service for all the isolation essentials – fruit and veg boxes, as well as homemade cakes, coffee and even their famous sourdough bread.
Cheltenham based, The Cotswold Guy usually provides the county’s top chefs and restaurants with the finest local, seasonal ingredients and produce, but in the current crisis has turned his hand to suppling local residents with essential supplies, too. Visit his website to get in touch to find out more.
Temple Guiting Pantry between Stow on Wold and Cheltenham are temporarily closed as a café, but the good news is that they are are open for food collection and deliveries with a new stock of everyday amenities and provisions including bread, cakes, milk, cereals, fruit, vegetables, meat and more – you can email or call them for an order form, or pop in and shop as usual.
*Please check each businesses’ social media and/or websites for up-to-date delivery details