20 Mar 2020
To support NHS staff on the front line in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19) and to thank them for their amazing hard work during these tough times, leading French artisan bakery chain, PAUL, is offering FREE takeaway coffee and tea to all NHS workers* from today (20th March).
On Monday 23rd March, PAUL will open ‘The Bread Market’ at its central bakery in Acton, London, where they will sell freshly baked loaves** straight from the oven to Londoners. This initiative has been put in place to support the widespread demand for fresh bread and to help alleviate the pressure on supermarkets. The Bread Market will be open daily from 7am – 7pm.
And what better time to ‘Share the Loaf’ than now? Purchase any 400g and 800g loaf of bread online and in-store and get one FREE to send on to family, friends and loved ones. Choose from loaves such as; the pain de campagne, multigrain, two olives or, for something sweet, the cramique brioche. This offer is available online, in-store and at the PAUL Bread Market. Delivery is available within the M25.
It goes without saying that PAUL continues to follow developments and Government advice closely and will take whatever action is required to keep customers and teams safe and well. This includes making all shops takeaway only by temporarily closing all seating areas, removing ‘dine in’ crockery, pausing the use of reusable cups, but still honouring the 50p discount, and shops going cashless.
The bakery also continues to donate unsold food to London based charity, The Felix Project, on a daily basis, feeding those who need it most.
PAUL – The Bread Market
43-45 Brunel Road