The Fork and Mustard is providing lunches for NHS staff, ambulance crews, police and firefighters while abiding by social distancing rules.
Louise and Edward McMaster, who own the Glebe Street eatery, originally planned to feed emergency service workers for free, however, those on the frontline told the management duo they were happy to pay for their sandwiches in order to support a local business.
An agreement was then reached, resulting in special meal deal discounts for key workers.
Louise, who has taken on two delivery drivers to support the initiative, is only too aware of the challenges facing those on the frontline as her son works as a nurse in Birmingham.
She said: “We’ve given about 20 sets of sandwiches each day to the ambulance crew.
“We were doing 80 meals a day. It’s out of our pocket.”