It’s very hard to believe that we are already in February, wasn’t it only Christmas last week? Well it certainly seems like it. Well the count down is now on to Half-Term and I for one can’t wait – I’m already fed up with school runs and cold mornings and want/need some family fun times.
That said, having them at home often brings out the I’m bored or can I have statements which is why I have already planned our Half-Term somewhat.
If you are yet to make your plans and are wanting to head off out for a lunch or a dinner as a family then Brewers Fayre have some Half-Term fun and frolics planned in some of their venues.
With the Beano themed kids meals which start at just £3.99 for a main meal, £4.49 for 2 courses or just £4.99 for 3 courses there is a good selection to keep the children happy:
The children can work up an appetite in the soft play areas (selected venues only) ready for their meals, they are also given special activity sheets and a beano balloon over the half term period.
|Colouring fun with the Beano|
Emmy and Harry both enjoy the kids meals with Harry usually choosing the vegetable dippers to start followed by a hotdog, while Emmy opts for the garlic bread and spaghetti Bolognese – both of course follow this with chocolate ice-cream and chocolate sauce.
For the adults there is lots on offer, with great value meals available mon-fri 12pm-6pm where you can get selected starters 2 for £2.50, 2 main meals for just £10.99 and 2 desserts for £2.50 (selected menu items only).
|2 of the starters available for £2.50|
If you are not wanting to order off the menu then Brewers Fayre also have the chefs counter which features a different cuisine each night from 5pm:
Monday – Pizza Palour
Tuesday – Mexican
Wednesday – Hotdogs & Burgers
Thursday – Curry Night
Friday – Chip Shop
Saturday – World of Chicken
Sunday – Carvery
Also over half term Brewers Fayre are running fun discos on both Friday 19th and Saturday 20th February at selected venues. A toddlers disco will be running from 9.30am-3pm and the kids 3.30pm-7.30pm – the cost will be £3 per child.