The Greyhound in Beaconsfield has revealed its new outside dining terrace.

The pub, which is on Windsor End in the town, will reopen on Wednesday, July 22.

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It will be situated in the pub and restaurant garden which is now also home to produce being grown for the kitchen, including fruits, vegetables and herbs.

As part of the reopening, the team will also be introducing a number of new measures to ensure social distancing guidelines are being adhered to.

These include:

• Investing in enhanced Covid-secure training for all staff

• Installing hand sanitisers at all access points

• Introducing shoe sprays for staff entering the kitchen

• Increased distancing between tables, in line with Government guidelines

• Increased frequency of cleaning regimes in the dining room, bar and outside terrace

• No handshaking or taking guests’ coats and jackets

• Taking the name and telephone number of each individual guest, as guidelines have suggested

Daniel Crump, co-proprietor at the Greyhound, said: “We, like the whole of the hospitality sector, have been eagerly awaiting the announcement and are pleased the Government feels it is now safe to reopen our doors.

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“The safety and well-being of our guests and team have always been our primary focus so we have introduced these measures to help make everybody comfortable.”

“Naturally, there will be elements of our service that will feel different but we will do whatever we can to ensure that our guests have the experience they’ve come to expect from us.”