Saffron are giving hardworking teachers a much-needed boost – by offering them a cut-price curry throughout a second national lockdown.
The restaurant which is based on Castillian Street in the town centre will be slashing the price of all takeaways by 50% for all teaching staff in schools, colleges and universities across Northampton to show their appreciation for their hard work as the country battles to contain the second wave of COVID-19.
While many workplaces will be forced to shut their doors from 5th November 2020, educational settings will remain open – meaning teachers are now facing four weeks of work and potentially putting themselves at heightened risk of falling victim to the virus.
“We think teachers are doing an incredible job and this is our way of saying thank you. It’s so important for young people to continue their education and to have any disruption kept to a minimum. They need routine and they need to socialise with their friends to ensure their mental health is strong. By facilitating this, teachers are putting themselves at risk and we want to recognise that and reward their dedication.”
Teachers will be able to enjoy 50 per cent off all collections from Saffron until December 2, on production of a valid school ID card. The offer does not apply to home deliveries.
The offer will also be extended to all NHS staff and emergency services personnel – mirroring our offer during the first national lockdown in March and April.
The restaurant will be remaining open for takeaways only. Home deliveries will be available seven days a week between 5pm and 11pm as usual but regular customers can save 25 per cent by collecting their order in person.
For more information, please call the restaurant on 01604 630800.