Lockdown II has begun.
The Church House Inn is offering food and drinks for takeaway.
Download our menus here:
Takeaway Menu (pdf)
Pizza Menu (pdf)
Drinks Menu (pdf)
Saturday Special – Thai Red Chicken Curry with Rice and Prawn Crackers
We also have a limited selection of draught beers and ciders (sorry the real ale is all gone) available in two pint reusable polycarbonate containers (with lids). These are £2.50 plus the cost of your two pints. These can be washed and reused many times.
Takeaway food menu (including our delicious pizzas) are available on Fridays and Saturdays for collection between 6 and 8pm.
Please phone us on 01626 872 475 between 2pm and 6pm to order your takeaway and arrange collection. We will not be able to deliver your takeaway; collection only!
We will only be able to accept payment by card (sorry no cash).
Any queries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Roasts will be available to collect between 12noon and 3pm on Sundays. These can be supplied cold to be heated up later on if required. Please phone us on Sunday morning to order your roasts.
On Sunday 8th November we will be serving beef and pork as well as our homemade nut roast.
Page last updated 7 November 2020
The Church House Inn,
Stokeinteignhead, Devon TQ12 4QA.
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- This has not altered our procedures, we still ask that all customers and volunteers; Sanitise hands on entering shop Wear a mask Socially distance which means no more than 2 in the shop at any time (excluding children) Observe the … Continue reading →
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- Locally sourced TAW VALLEY cheese perfect for cooking, snacking or after dinner. Locally sourced FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
- Your shop is going to be staying open until 6.00 pm Monday to Friday as of 10th April. Pop in on the way home from work for supper ideas.
- It has been decided to revert to the original shop committee’s decision not to have notices displayed in the windows. The boards in the front window remain for commercial organisations to advertise on at a small charge. The internal community … Continue reading →
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Thousands of people have signed a petition calling for North Devon MP Selaine Saxby to resign over her comments on free school meals – as the council she still sits on have announced they will use a Local Hardship Fund to help.
The Conservative MP, in a post on North Devon News Facebook group on Friday night under her personal account, stated that she hoped that if eateries in the area were able to offer free food, that they would not require further government assistance.
In the message that was later deleted, the MP for North Devon said: “I am delighted our local businesses have bounced back so much after lockdown that they are able to give food away for free, and very much hope they will not be seeking any further government support.”
Calls have since been made by the Liberal Democrats in North Devon for her to resign, saying her apology isn’t good enough, while North Devon Council, where she remains a councillor for the Instow ward, have said they will be using their Local Hardship Fund to provide financial assistance to schools in the area who then identified and provided direct help to families and pupils most at need.
Cases rise across Devon and Cornwall – but a sharp drop in Exeter.
Cases in Plymouth and Torbay have seen sharp rises, having doubled in the last week, with a large rise in East Devon also recorded, but are down in Exeter and Torridge
The number of new coronavirus cases confirmed in the last seven days has risen across Devon and Cornwall – but there has been a fall in the Devon County Council area.
Government statistics show that 1,395 new cases have been confirmed across the region in the past seven days in both pillar 1 data from tests carried out by the NHS and pillar 2 data from commercial partners, compared to 1,113 new cases confirmed last week.
Cases in Plymouth and Torbay have seen sharp rises, having doubled in the last week, with a large rise in East Devon also recorded, and small rises in Mid Devon, North Devon, Teignbridge, the South Hams, and West Devon recorded.
But cases in Torridge have dropped, while in Exeter, cases are down by a third on last week, mainly driven by a reduction in cases linked to the University, and a sharp fall in cases in Exeter has outweighed the rises elsewhere in the region to see 13 fewer cases confirmed within the Devon County Council area than last week.