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The Seven Tuns

Opens Its Doors Again

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The Seven Tuns in the beautiful village of Chedworth has reopened its doors having taken advantage of the lockdown to carry out sympathetic renovations, both inside and outside to welcome you all back.

We have tried to keep to all of the government's recommendations whilst also trying to keep a pub feel. The feedback on the results have received a very positive response. We are carrying out our usual opening times and have a great new menu to boot!

We have registered for the government's August initiative Dine out to Help out which offers diners 50% off their meals and soft drinks up to a maximum of £10 per person (no alcohol included in the offer I'm afraid) You just need to show up on any Monday to Wednesday in August to enjoy it. The weather is looking great and our beautiful gardens offer very well spaced tables. We would love to welcome you!

The Seven Tuns Team.

Click here for the new menu: New-Format-Bar-Menu-March-2020--1--7484-.pdf

You can also The Seven Tuns on social media:@seventuns or visit https://seventuns.co.uk/ for more info. S T Pubs Ltd, Queen Street, Chedworth, GL54 4AE 01285 720 630

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