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Pizza in the courtyard at
Birmingham Museum’s Sarehole Mill
Wednesday 15th July: From today Birmingham’s Sarehole Mill is ready to welcome diners again as tables can be booked to enjoy freshly baked pizza in the courtyard.
Pizza in the courtyard is available from 12pm to 3pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Tables will be outside and limited due to social distancing so pre-booking is recommended.
While the Mill itself remains closed, visitors can relax and take in the tranquil surroundings of the famous mid-18th Century site from the comfort of the courtyard while tucking into their pizza.
The tasty pizzas are freshly baked in the Sarehole Mill Bakehouse by resident baker Sis Kaur and can be enjoyed with a selection of hot and cold drinks. The full pizza menu will be available and baked goods can be purchased from the shop.
A maximum of five people can be booked on each table and there are a number of increased safety measures to ensure diners have a safe and enjoyable visit, including hand sanitiser available around site and furniture sanitised between each booking.
Alex Nicholson-Evans, Commercial Director at Birmingham Museums Trust, said:
We can’t wait to welcome back diners to Sarehole Mill. Our charming courtyard is the perfect lunch spot and our baker is thrilled to be back baking our signature pizza for the people of Birmingham. We’ve worked hard to create a safe and enjoyable environment and we are look forward to seeing new and regular visitors back eating with us soon.”
Find out more details, including how to reserve a table, here: birminghammuseums.org.uk/sarehole/courtyard-pizza/pizza-in-the-courtyard.
The courtyard dining experience is the next step for Sarehole Mill which will continue to operate its Community Shop on site from Wednesday to Sunday. The shop sells essentials and treats, including flour, pasta and baked goods such as cookies and white and wholemeal bloomers.
Sarehole Mill also offers a Bake and Take service for pre-ordering loaves of bread for collection. Details here: birminghammuseums.org.uk/sarehole/bake-and-take
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