How to get free kids meals as pub chain launches offer running until November 30

North East pub operator, The Inn Collection Group, is celebrating Halloween with a spook-tacular family friendly giveaway that’s all treat and no trick.

Saturday, 24th October 2020, 7:00 am

It is giving away free children’s meals with every adult main course meal purchased at its North East inns at Seahouses, Alnwick, Beal, Amble, Blyth, Durham, Seaton near Sunderland and Helmsley.

Operations manager Paul Brown said: “Following the success of the Eat out to Help Out scheme we felt everyone was in need of a treat right now.

"We’re renowned for our family friendly venues and felt this was the perfect time to come up with a fang-tastic offer everyone could enjoy.”

The Hog's Head, Alnwick.
The Hog's Head, Alnwick.

A finalist in last year’s Great British Pub Awards’ Best Family Pub category, The Inn Collection Group has a special children’s menu featuring dishes devised from recipe suggestions from kitchen team family members.

“We’re big on families here at The Inn Collection Group,” said Paul. “Providing places where you can bring the kids for a meal in a Covid-secure environment that still feels friendly and relaxed is important. And what’s more, no one has to do the washing up, either!”

Valid until November 30, goblin down Kids Eat Free meals by downloading a voucher at https://www.inncollectiongroup.com/special-offer/kids-eat-free/

The Kids Eat Free offer is valid at The Lindisfarne Inn at Beal, The Bamburgh Castle Inn at Seahouses, The Hog’s Head Inn at Alnwick, The Amble Inn at Amble and The Commissioners Quay Inn at Blyth.

Vouchers are also valid at The Kingslodge Inn at Durham, The Seaton Lane Inn at Seaton, near Sunderland, and The Black Swan in Helmsley, North Yorkshire.

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