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Save 25 per cent at The Green Tea Room

Sarah Gray of the Green Tea Room, Heckington, offering 25 per cent off meals for readers of the Sleaford Standard. Photo: 0601SB-3

Sarah Gray of the Green Tea Room, Heckington, offering 25 per cent off meals for readers of the Sleaford Standard. Photo: 0601SB-3

The Sleaford Standard is bringing you a tasty offer with The Green Tea Room of Heckington.

The cafe on the High Street overlooks the picturesque village green, having been opened by owner Sarah Gray three years ago.

With the coupon cut from this week’s Sleaford Standard, readers can claim 25 per cent off their order at the tea room.

The coupon must be used before Wednesday December 12 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, one coupon per order and only original coupons are accepted.

This is not the only offer that Sarah does, as children under 3 eat for free with a paying adult.

Sarah said: “I do a daily roast with a choice of five meats with a free tea or coffee,The mighty Goliath breakfast or a smaller Lincolnshire Yellow Belly breakfast and a range of baguettes, gigantic ‘doorstep’ sandwiches and hearty home made soups,everything is home made using locally sourced produce.” Meat is purchased from Gary Simpson of Heckington.

It is ideally placed in the middle of the village if you want pay a visit to the various local shops or go for a walk.

You can also book in for monthly themed evenings, such as steak nights, tex mex, curry or Italian. Bring your own alcohol.

The tea room is open 10am to 2.30pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.

Sarah also cooks the annual pensioners’ Christmas Day meal held in the village hall each year with the help of fantastic volunteers and chief helper Jacki Wright, Jacki writes to local business’s for donations and organises the hall each year as well as poster distribution. The lunch is at 1pm, to book call 01529 968975.

The meal is open to residents of Heckington, Helpringham and the Hales and those who cannot get out of their homes can arrange to be collected and brought to the hall, also those that are housebound can have their meal delivered. The produce is paid for by donations from local businesses and the parish council. Donations of more boxes of biscuits are needed.

Sarah said: “We feed up to 70 or 80 pensioners. We also like to give the pensioners a little gift each year and Mrs Briggs makes us wonderful home made mince pies and Christmas puddings.

 
 
 

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