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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Limited ‘one-off’ Hospitality COVID-19 Grant of £250 opens Monday morning.

Hospitality Action are offering grants of £250 to those that are currently, and have done for at lesat a month, work in the UK hospitality industry. But this grant is limited!

Opening tomorrow morning at 9am, the fund aims ‘to reach as many people as the fund allows’, BUT in order to apply, Hospitality action say:

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‘You must be currently working within the UK hospitality industry or have worked in the industry within the last month.

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‘Have savings of less than £1,000 per person or £2,000 for a family or couple (including rolling bank balance). We do not take into account any income you receive from state benefits.

‘You have either been made redundant or had your hours or pay reduced as a direct result of the coronavirus.’

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To apply, visit the Hospitality Action Website, and submit your application there.

All eligible grants who meet our criteria, will be processed on a ‘first come, first served basis’. and grants will be paid upon the next working day of being ‘approved and processed’.

HOWEVER, unfortunately the fund will only stretch so far and Hospitality Action have said that:

‘Once the fund expires we won’t be able to award more grants, but we will keep awarding as more funds are obtained. We expect the grant to be exhausted quickly.’

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