After six years of maintaining bar prices at just £3 for a pint of beer, lager or a spirit, cost increases mean, regretfully, that we will have to increase prices on such items to £3.50p from 1st July 2021.
However, to support and reward regular users of the bar we are launching
‘Sunday Club – The Mayfield Arms Loyalty Scheme.’
Get a 50p discount on all beers, lagers and spirits costing £3.50 at the regular Sunday community bar for a year. Buying membership of the loyalty scheme will also attract other discounts on the entry price to selected events organised by Mayfield Memorial Hall.
Cost: The scheme runs from July 1st, 2021, to June 30th 2022 and costs £20 / £25? – paid upon joining the scheme. You may join the scheme at any time of the year, but at the same initial rate. Pay for membership at the bar.
How it works. Each member receives a personalised membership card. This is presented to the bar when paying your final tab on a regular Sunday Bar day. Upon presenting the card the appropriate discount will be deducted from your bill. You can save up to £3 every Sunday you visit and drink at the Mayfield Arms.
Membership is for a named individual only and is limited to the purchase of a maximum of six drinks per Sunday. (It cannot be used to purchase excessive amounts of drinks for other people.)
The scheme is specifically linked to regular Sunday bar openings and cannot be used at any hall events including dances, parties, beer festival etc or on any other day of the week.
On occasions the hall reserve the right to remove the opening of the Sunday bar to be replaced by a wider village event such as the Mayfield Beer festival, However these events will be strictly limited and the Sunday bar will be open a minimum of 40 Sundays in the year where you can use the loyalty scheme.
The scheme will also attract other discounts to hall events and activities such as discount on the price of entry tickets to a dances or events that are organised by the Hall committee. These discounts will be at the discretion of the Hall committee, and would offer a discount of at least 20% on regular prices. Eg. £8 entrance fee instead of £10 to a hall organised dance. Such discount would not be available where the event was organised by a third party booking the hall.