A North Somerset pub, where dozens of people fell ill with food poisoning following Mother’s Day meals, has been given a zero food hygiene rating in an inspection after the sickness outbreak.
Health chiefs identified the cause of the food poisoning at The Old Farmhouse pub in Nailsea, where around 62 diners suffered from sickness and diarrhoea.
Public Health England (PHE) and North Somerset Council also launched an investigation after they became ill on March 11, this year.
A pub has shut its kitchen after 62 diners reportedly fell ill following a Mother’s Day lunch.
Dozens of people reported to be suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting after eating at The Old Farmhouse in Nailsea, north Somerset, on Sunday.
North Somerset Council is understood to have been alerted to 62 confirmed cases so far, the Bristol Post reports.
The pub , which is operated by the Hall and Woodhouse chain, has voluntarily stopped serving meals while investigations continue.