Important information regarding your visit

If you are thinking of visiting us for a drink or already have a table booked, then we would kindly ask that you take a minute to read the following information in preparation for your visit.

  • We are currently only accepting diners that have booked. If the weather is on our side we will seat walk-ins outside, however this will be at your own risk as we cannot guarantee we will be able to accommodate you if our inside space is already at full capacity as we need to consider the safety of our staff and customers that have already booked.
  • We are going to be using a track and trace system (a very high-tech pen, paper and clipboard!) This will include your name, contact number and number of people in your party. If you have booked with us, then this information will already be on our booking system and therefore we won’t need it again when you arrive.
  • We have an ‘Entrance’ and ‘Exit’ in place which is clearly marked on the doors.
  • You will also find automatic hand gel points in both of these areas that we kindly ask you to use, especially when entering the premises.
  • One of these hand gel points also serves the toilet area, we kindly ask that you use hand gel before and after using our facilities.
  • If you would like to enjoy drinks in our garden, we are asking customers to order at the bar and then wait at the table for drinks to be bought to you. This helps to limit the number of people standing in the bar area. We are politely asking customers to not move from table around but to stick to one table.
  • Yes, we are accepting cash!
  • You will notice that we have taken out some of our tables, this is to ensure 1.5metre distance between each table.
  • Our staff will have their temperatures taken daily. We are not taking the temperatures of customers; we trust you will use your own integrity!
  • Staff will be wearing visors and we have put in place specific hand sanitizer points for our staff.

We want to say a huge THANK YOU to your ongoing support and understanding while the team navigate this new way of working. We’ve have tried to keep as much of the Horse and Jockey ‘style’ as possible whilst taking on board the governments’ advice.

If you have any further queries, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

The Horse & Jockey