Date published: 22 May 2020
Jo Parsons runs the Salutation Inn (The Sali) in Nettleton. In response to the COVID-19 lockdown, Jo has set up a community shop in her pub selling essential items to support those in need.
“We sell items at cost and do not make a profit. The shop operates on a call and collect service with designated collection times to ensure social distancing.”
Jo is also supporting local businesses in the area and have teamed up with their local veg supplier and butcher. You can order from the Sali and then boxes are made up and can be picked up or delivered on a weekly basis.
In addition to this the pub are also operating a call and collect takeaway service. The menu changes weekly and can be viewed on their Facebook page or can be emailed upon request. If you fancy a treat, you can also pre-order real ale, which would give you the real pub feel. Delivery is available for Nettleton residents only. This may change so keep an eye on their Facebook page for regular updates.
The Sali is part of the community of Nettleton and they act as a hub for the Nettleton Neighbours volunteer group. The group was set up on Facebook to support anyone during COVID-19. Whether you need help picking up your prescriptions or shopping, help is available when you need it. Visit their Facebook group to find out more.
Community shop: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm.
Call and Collect Takeaway service: Fridays and Saturdays, 4pm – 8.30pm and Sundays, noon to 4pm.
For more information call 01472 851288.
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