Lincolnshire businesses respond to coronavirus pandemic

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As the COVID-19 pandemic upturns lives across the world, many companies are now coming together to offer discounts and deals in order to help. Here’s some of the businesses in Lincolnshire who are giving back and offering special services to the public in response to the outbreak.

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200 Degrees Coffee –

From today anyone who works for the emergency service will receive 50% off everything in the shop.

“You guys are stretched to your limits, working long hours caring for those in need and we want to show you we appreciate everything you’re doing.”

Just show your ID card or uniform at the till.

200 Degrees Lincoln

Salted Orange Food Co –

Salted Orange have launched a meal delivery service for the over 65’s.

“With the daily changing advice from the government we have launched our new service to help loved ones and friends during this unsettled time. The service will launch Wednesday 18th March and will provide three home-cooked meals per day for £20 per week. These meals are nutritionally balanced and varied and will offer peace of mind for those struggling to get to supermarkets.”

The menu can be seen at the top of their Facebook page here.

To order this service please contact the team at Salted Orange [email protected] or call 07792419730.

Salted Orange Food Co in Lincoln

Browns Pie Shop –

Browns Pie Shop are now offering a home delivery service. Their new delivery menu is available here.

“This is something we are running and organising ourselves and is brand new this evening so we ask that you forgive us any teething problems and if you have suggestions on how we could improve the service please do let us know. Please share this far and wide and please use the service if you are able.”

Please call 01522527330 to order.

Browns Pie Shop in Lincoln

Lincoln Gin –

The local distillery are now making small quantities of hand gel/sanitiser from their high strength alcohol.

This will be dispatched and distributed in large quantities and donated to those working with and caring for individuals who are vulnerable and/or have underlying health problems.

“In the coming days, weeks etc we may need you to help us get in touch with local community groups, care workers, elderly neighbours etc etc so we can get some out to them.

Be patient with us – more updates in due course.”

Lincoln Gin

McDonalds