​The buck Inn


It has been great to welcome so many of you back to our pub over the last few months. We hope that you have been enjoying the great pub atmosphere while also feeling safe when you’re with us. 
Our team have been working hard keeping you safe whilst always following the latest government guidelines. 
We thought it might be helpful to update you on some new government guidelines which will be in place across our pub.

As per the latest government guidelines we will be closed from 18:00 on Friday 23rd of October for all Dine in and drinks. 
Face coverings
It is now the law for our guests to wear a face covering when entering, leaving and moving around the pub. It can be removed when seated to eat or drink or where other exemptions apply. 
Earlier closing times
Our pub will now stop serving by 10pm, calling last orders at 9.45pm. Our team will be working hard to ensure you have the highest levels of service, ensuring your time with us is as enjoyable as always. Once service ends, there will be a 20-minute period for you to finish your drinks.

Table service
All food and drink must be ordered from and served to the table only, both inside and outside the pub. Our team will be on hand to take orders. We also recommend booking a table with us ahead of your visit, even if you’re just having a drink. 

Test and Trace
To support NHS Test and Trace we are required to record contact details of every customer or in the case of groups, one person from each table. Help us by booking ahead where we will capture your details. We also have QR codes stationed in our pub, our team will be able to take your details when you arrive or guide you through our QR code check in.

Rule of six
For the wellbeing of our team and guests, please remember that it is unlawful to mix inside the pub in groups of more than six people from your extended household, although children under 11 are not counted. For this reason, we are unable to take bookings or to join tables together in order to accommodate parties of more than 6. 
Outside you can meet up in larger groups of up to 30 people, but remember you’ll still need to keep socially distanced from other households. 

The safety of you and our team is always our number one priority, which is why we ask you to follow these important requests to help us look after everyone in our pub.