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Bird reignites Eat Out to Help Out scheme this August

For August 2021, Bird is bringing back last year’s Government run Eat Out to Help Out scheme, by offering customers 20% off food when they dine in at any of its eateries.

Their own take on the scheme, Eat Out & We’ll Help Out will offer all dine in customers 20% off all food items on the menu from 2 to 31 August.

The original Eat Out to Help Out Scheme which ran in August 2020, was a Government policy aimed at supporting the reopening of businesses after the initial lockdown period, so for 2021, Bird is now looking to support their customers by offering 20% discount on all food when dining in.

Bird has come out of lockdown with a new focus and new offerings and hopes their Eat Out & We’ll Help Out scheme gives a little back to their loyal customers and hopes to gain new fans.

As part of Bird's long term expansion and development plans, it has spent lockdown refitting their Islington branch, adding in four screens showing Sky Sports offering their customer base a place to enjoy the upcoming sporting events.

The team has also revamped their menu, offering new items, as well as bringing some customer favourites back by demand – with a few improvements.

Bird is also opening three new sites outside of London creating many job opportunities for people in the local communities. The first site will open in Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre, Gillingham, Kent, and the second and third sites in Port Solent Marina, Portsmouth following later in the year.

Bird is proud of its ‘wonderful combinations’ and has recently teamed up with some fabulous new ethical and sustainable partners; Hej Coffee, The Juice Round and partnering with Big Hug Brewing producing Bird-branded beers, lagers and cider - with 10p of every can sold going to help the homelessness & most vulnerable reignite back into society via roles in hospitality.

Operations Director, Ashley Woodhouse said, “The support for Bird has been incredible over the past 18 months and as a business, we’re always looking at ways to keep the soul in Bird.

'We’re passionate about engaging with our audience though our social platforms and giving back to our customers through numerous competitions, events, promotions, and our latest savings scheme, Eat Out & We’ll Help Out.

'There’s lots of exciting things in store for Bird and we want to take our customers with us on our journey.”