Gloucestershire businesses giving NHS workers freebies and discounts during the Coronavirus crisis

Local businesses across Gloucestershire are offering freebies and discounts to support NHS workers during the Coronavirus crisis.

Gloucestershire businesses are offering everything from free coffees to pamper treatments to NHS workers as they tackle the Coronavirus crisis.

NHS workers can show their badge at venues across the county to claim a little pick me up as local businesses show their support.

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NHS discounts in Cheltenham

In The Park in Cheltenham

There are free cups of tea for NHS and emergency services workers at In The Park in Montpellier Gardens and Pittville Park in Cheltenham.

The Find in Cheltenham

The Find is offering NHS staff free hot drinks and half price food when they show their ID when ordering.

The Old Restoration in Cheltenham

The Old Restoration in Cheltenham is offering 50% discount to all NHS and emergency services staff until Thursday 16 April 2020.

Boston Tea Party in Cheltenham

Boston Tea Party in Cheltenham are giving NHS staff a free reusable cup and 50% discount.

Pret in Cheltenham

NHS workers can get a free hot drink and 50% off everything else at Pret.

Nandos in Cheltenham and Gloucester

Nandos in the Brewery Quarter Cheltenham
and Nandos Gloucester Quays is offering 50% off for all members of the NHS.

NHS discounts in Gloucester

Hubble Bubble Coffee House

Gloucester’s Hubble Bubble Coffee House is giving NHS staff a free takeaway coffee when they show their badge.

Thairapy in Gloucester

Thairapy hair salon in Gloucester is giving NHS workers a free wash and blow dry. Send them a message on social media to book.

See the following on the Coronavirus crisis in Gloucestershire on SoGlos:

Coronavirus event cancellations and venue closures in Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire businesses giving NHS workers freebies and discounts during the Coronavirus crisis
Gloucestershire businesses doing something special during the Coronavirus crisis
Gloucestershire independent coffee shops offering takeaways and delivery during the Coronavirus crisis
Independent Gloucestershire restaurants offering takeaway services during Coronavirus crisis
Gloucestershire businesses launching beer wine and gin delivery services

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Monday 23 March 2020

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