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The Curfew Club launches in Bristol

15th October 2020

Categories: Latest News

The initiative will help the people of Bristol to recreate the excitement of eat-out drinking and dining at home in the coming months - and allow them to continue to support struggling independent food & drink establishments

The Curfew Club launches in Bristol

The Curfew Club is launching today, with the goal of making winter evenings in the Covid-19 era more exciting for the people of Bristol.

The Curfew Club (www.bristolcurfewclub.com) is a campaign, arranged by local food & drink app Wriggle, pulling together remarkable food, drink and entertainment from local venues that customers can enjoy from the comfort of their home.

From ready-to-eat restaurant bundles to meal-kits for customers to prepare at home, to tastings and craft workshops conducted on Zoom, the Curfew Club will help to make dark winter evenings in the Covid-19 era that much more palatable, and allow people to support beloved independent restaurants, who are facing a challenging 6 months, at the same time.

Highlights (amongst many other options) on the Curfew Club include:

Wriggle founder, Rob Hall, said “The next 6 months look like they’ll be a tough time for individuals and local restaurants alike.  We hope the Curfew Club will bring joy and something a bit different to people’s homes - but equally importantly, promote all the innovative things that local restaurants are doing, and will do, to survive this period and continue to serve their customers and retain their staff”.

The Curfew Club can be found on www.bristolcurfewclub.com, or through browsing the Wriggle app or website.

The Curfew Club will support local food charity, Fareshare South West. For every purchase on the Curfew Club, Wriggle will donate a meal to a local school child - and will also provide a direct donation point to make it as easy as possible for customers to donate meals for those in need, whilst browsing Wriggle.

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