The beauty of beer gardens: The Pear at Parley unveils new safety measures
An independent pub in Ferndown has gone above and beyond to ensure safe socialising in summer. The Pear at Parley has madeover the garden to allow families to sit two metres apart as they enjoy the Dorset sunshine.
The independent pub, which re-opened its doors officially this week, has strategically placed the lawn circles at the edges of its impressive 5-acre garden.
Staff and customers will be reassured by enhanced PPE measures, high-quality branded floor screens in its bar and restaurant areas, branded face coverings one-way walkthrough systems and hand sanitising stations.
Mark Miller, Co-owner and Chef at The Pear At Parley said: “Pub gardens have been a staple British tradition for many years, so we wanted to ensure our customers could enjoy them in all their glory once again after the restrictions of lockdown. Our lawn circles are a simple method to help people feel safe and secure, while being able to relax and bask in the beautiful outdoors with a cool drink in hand.
“We’ve had incredibly positive feedback about our new set up since re-opening, as our customers have appreciated our efforts to keep the warm and welcoming environment they know and love here at The Pear At Parley. We want all of our new measures to be as unobtrusive as possible, so guests can feel comfortable and inspired to return in the future.”
The Pear At Parley, which first opened its doors to the public in May 2018, is surrounded by open woodland and offers an orangery-style restaurant, bar and five acres of open garden for Al Fresco dining.
Staff at The Pear At Parley will be closely monitoring Government guidelines and adapting as necessary in the coming months in line with any changes that may arise.
For more information about The Pear At Parley, visit thepearatparley.com.
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