Snugbury’s drive-thru forced to close early after ‘huge volume of cars’ causes safety concerns



The Snugbury’s drive-thru has been forced to close early after a ‘huge’ number of cars flocked to the Cheshire ice cream farm.

Snugbury’s, near Nantwich, launched their drive-thru service today (June 12) after closing their shop in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.

However, the drive-thru was forced to close early after the number of cars trying to get their ice cream fix caused safety concerns on the A51.

And they will now be limiting the number of cars allowed on site.

A Snugbury’s spokesman said: “Thank you to everyone who drove thru today!! It’s great to be back!! The numbers were greater than we ever could have imagined!

“We are so sorry we had to close early but with the huge volumes of cars on our site and the main road it became unsafe.

“We really don’t want to disappoint anyone but the health and safety of others must be number one.

“We have made the decision to limit car numbers, this means moving forward we will have to close the gates if max capacity is reached.

“With this we have made room for an additional 30 spaces. We will be keeping social media updated but please be aware we may have to close the gates if the site gets too busy.”

The Snugbury’s drive-thru is open every day from 10am to 5pm.





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