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From 3 to 31 August, get a 50% discount when you eat in at restaurants that are registered with the government’s scheme Eat Out to Help Out.
At least 100 local restaurants in and around Earlsfield have registered to take part in the scheme Eat Out To Help Out.
Participating establishments may include restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs, work and school canteens, food halls.
In medieval times, the area now known as Earlsfield was the northern part of the manor and hamlet of Garrat (also spelt Garratt, Garrett or Garret) in the parish of Wandsworth. By then the area was already industrialised with numerous mills along the River Wandle and in the early 19th century London’s first railway, the horse-drawn Surrey Iron Railway, ran along Garratt Lane.
A new online business directory has been launched, which hopes to raise the profile of Earlsfield’s vibrant community.
The “local hub of information” allows residents to register and interact with nearby businesses, via messages, comments and ratings. It will also be a forum for news, events and resources in Earlsfield and the surrounding area.
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