A bunch of good sports from the Sporties Hotel are serving at-cost pub grub to help out struggling locals in the age of coronavirus.
Sporties licensee Tommy Stratton said many of his patrons-turned-friends were "doing it bloody tough", which is why he wanted to make sure they could at least afford some proper food.
"We're hoping people will buy them for their pop or their nan or their neighbour," Mr Stratton said.
"Spread the love, give them a meal, maybe write a card."
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The pub itself has fallen on tough times, but Mr Stratton said his team were still keen to put aside profit if it meant they could help a laid-off worker, a destitute business owner, or an isolated senior.
Head chef Peter Hadkins said the mood was grim all throughout the neighbourhood, but he was hoping to lift people's spirits by putting some warm food in their bellies and a smile on their face.
"Everyone's so down and out of it, so we wanted to pick up the vibe and put a smile on someone's face," Mr Hadkins said.
"We're a little community pub, so we're trying to keep that vibe in the community."
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