Eat Out to Help Out Scheme Update: Free HMRC webinars and promotional resources now available plus signed up Torfaen businesses

  • HMRC are running free webinars (a number of dates/times are available thorughout week commencing 27th July) which provide an overview of the scheme, how it works, eligibility and how claims work.

  • HMRC have also produced a number of resources (available in Welsh also) including posters, images and other promotional materials for establishments taking part in the scheme.

More information at GOV.UK

  • South Wales Argus also reports that a number of Torfaen venues have signed up  to the scheme so far. Some restaurants may not have registered for the scheme yet.
    • Amici D Italia, High Street, Pontypool.
    • Boswells Cafe, Gwent Square, Cwmbran Shopping Centre.
    • Brown Bear's Coffee House, The Parade, Cwmbran.
    • Butterflies Bar and Kitchen, Queen Street, Blaenavon.
    • Horseshoe Inn, Old Abergavenny Road, Mamhilad.
    • Kaspas, Leisure at Cwmbran, Old Glyndwr Road, Cwmbran.
    • McDonald's, A4042 roundabout, New Inn.
    • Mcdonald's, North Walk, Cwmbran.
    • Owen's Cafe, The Highway, Croesyceiliog.
    • Page's Fish & Chips Restaurant, Woodside Road, Cwmbran.
    • Rabaiotti's Restaurant, North Walk, Cwmbran.
    • Starbucks, Cwmbran Centre, Cwmbran.
    • Subway, North Walk, Cwmbran.
    • TJ'S Catering, John Baker Close, Cwmbran.
    • The Lower New Inn, Newport Road, New Inn.
    • The Parkway Hotel and Ravellos Restaurant, Cwmbran Drive, Cwmbran.
    • The Upper Cock Inn, The Highway, Croesyceiliog.
    • The Wain-y-Clare, Usk Road, Penperlleni. 

Read more at South Wales Argus



Posted on: Wednesday 29th July 2020