COMING SOON....... We are putting the finishing touches to our menu for Mother’s Day 2021 and will be posting the menu shortly ...............
THURSDAY 24TH DECEMBER 2020
After much soul searching we have made the heart wrenching decision to close The Weston Cross from Boxing Day 2020.
We haven’t taken this decision lightly we just feel it impossible to operate in tier 2 and maintain a safe and welcoming environment for our valued staff and customers. We have made every effort to try to make the Weston Cross COVID safe, but ultimately it’s the safety of staff and customers that comes first.
Obviously, it is not what we had hoped for for the Festive period but we just can’t have on our conscious the fact that lives are at risk.
To say we are gutted to have to close for the third time this year is an understatement!
Our Takeaway service will remain open for takeaways with times advertised on a seperate post.
As anyone that knows us will tell you we won’t be beaten. We will be back! When we don’t know but rest assured it will be the party to beat all parties!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone of you for your continued custom and support it really has been amazing.
Myself, Lesley and Graham along with all our team would like to wish you all A Happy Christmas and a Healthy New Year
Thanks All please stay safe
Takeaway service will be continuing and can be found here here.
It is available from
Friday 1st Jan 4 till 7pm
Saturday 2nd 4 till 7pm
Sunday 3rd Jan 12 till 2pm
Monday 4th Jan CLOSED
From Tuesday 5th normal service hours
If you have dietary or allergies please let us know. To order please contact us on 01989562759
Thank you for all your support and keep safe and hopefully we will see you soon. Lesley, Graham, kerry and all the team at The Weston Cross Inn.
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