Fylde holiday village unveils its own road map for reopening this spring
Ribby Hall Village, has published its own “road map”, in line with Government advice, detailing a phased re-opening of its various attractions welcoming back local residents, day visitors and also overnight guests and holiday homeowners from April 12.
New for 2021 at the Wrea Green holiday village is The Pancake House – due to open its doors on May 17.
It will offer seven days a week dining in, a large alfresco area and take-out options from a wide choice of sweet and savoury pancakes, ice creams, desserts and drinks.
Ribby Hall said it was now looking for people for the 15 jobs at The Pancake House.
Ribby Hall Village’s other eateries will re-open for take-out only from Monday, April 12, with dining in scheduled to re-open on Monday, May 17.
Director of operations, Mark Leech said: "Following recent government announcements and proposals for the easing of the lockdown, we now have our own Ribby Roadmap for a phased and safe re-opening of the business, and this has given everyone a real boost.
"Our number one priority always has been, and always will be everyone’s health and safety.
"We are therefore focussing our efforts behind the scenes on reboarding our existing teams to ensure that they are supported and ready to return to work alongside ensuring our operations are covid-secure for our re-opening."
Anyone interested in The Pancake House jobs should visit www.ribbyhall.co.uk/careers
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