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Diss Eat Out to Help Out scheme: The restaurants and eateries which have signed up so far




A number of restaurants and eateries in Diss have so far signed up to a Government discount scheme.

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme launches on Monday, August 3 and offers a 50 per cent discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in.

The maximum discount available is £10 per person.

Mere Street, in Diss. Picture by Mark Bullimore.
Mere Street, in Diss. Picture by Mark Bullimore.

It is valid every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday up to August 31.

The discount will be automatically available and participating restaurants and eateries will claim a reimbursement from the Government.

Customers can search for restaurants and eateries which have registered on the Government website here.

It displays results within a two mile radius of the postcode used.

Using a Diss town centre postcode, restaurants and eateries which have so far registered, according to the Government website, are:

  • Costa Coffee Diss, in Mere Street, Norfolk, IP22 4AD
  • TimeOut Coffee and Food, in Victoria Road, IP22 4EX
  • Weavers Wine Bar and Eating House, in St. Nicholas Street, IP22 4JZ
  • Saracens Head, in Mount Street, IP22 4QQ
  • The Corn Hall Cafe, in St Nicholas Street, IP22 4LB
  • The Park Hotel, in Denmark Street, IP22 4LE
  • The Angel Cafe, in Fair Green, IP22 4NQ
  • The White Hart in High Road, Roydon, IP22 5RU

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