Important Information

Below we have shared some of our FAQs and details on the safety measures in place across all that we do at The Wild Rabbit.

Our teams continue to follow existing food hygiene guidance provided by the Food Standards Agency as a minimum requirement. We strictly adhere to advice and updates from Public Health England.

For further information, please see the Frequently Asked Questions below.

Frequently Asked Questions

What food hygiene procedures do you have in place?

Our teams continue to follow existing food hygiene guidance provided by the Food Standards Agency as a minimum requirement. Our kitchen maintains its SALSA (Safe and Local Supplier Approval) status and our third-party suppliers are all safety assessed and approved. We continue to maintain a 5-star Health and Safety rating from the Environmental Health Office. We strictly adhere to advice and updates from Public Health England. In addition, our front and back of house teams have all received health and safety training specific to Covid-19.

What measures are being taken to clean the restaurant, bar, cottages and rooms?

We continue to clean and sanitise our restaurant, bar, cottages, rooms and public spaces regularly and thoroughly, in line with current advice, environmental controls and our existing food hygiene practices. Viruses like COVID-19 are easily killed by routine cleaning procedures such as ours.

Along with following the government guidelines, The Wild Rabbit has also signed and committed to the Sawday’s Clean and Safe Charter.

What measures are being taken to keep the preparation and cooking of food safe?

There are already strict hygiene rules around the production of food in this country, which all food businesses must follow.

These existing hygiene controls are designed to prevent contamination of food by any pathogens, including contamination by the virus responsible for COVID-19.

What are your staff doing to keep themselves and others safe?

We have conducted comprehensive Risk Assessments at The Wild Rabbit. You can view our Risk Assessment document here.

All of our staff have access to hand washing facilities and are encouraged to wash their hands thoroughly and often – this is key as the government continues to confirm that hand washing is the single best control measure to prevent contamination.
We have invested in hand sanitisers as additional safeguarding measures.

Our staff are required to follow an illness reporting procedure should they have any symptoms, in line with industry standards.

Our team is working hard to follow important safety guidelines, we ask that you work with our team during these times. Thank you.

If you would like to speak to a manager for any reason, please call 01608 658389.