Supporting pubs through the recovery period
Pubs and clubs in Kent have made it through lockdown, but 42% of pub-goers say they are visiting the pub less than they did before.
So many pubs and clubs have supported their communities through lockdown, by running shops for essentials, delivering meals to vulnerable members of the community, moving the pub online to help fight loneliness and social isolation, or simply making sure that their regulars can still pick up fresh ale and cider.
Now they need our support more than ever.
If you can go back to the pub please do so. Remember that if your local is under threat as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, CAMRA has a number of resources to help you save it. You can find them at camra.org.uk/saveyourlocal.
If you’re not ready to go back to the pub, you can find takeaway and delivery services on WhatPub. This will help support pubs that aren’t open yet, so please think about using them. We know that these pubs in Kent are offering delivery and takeaway:
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