As part of its ongoing charity initiative, the popular bar and restaurant is encouraging people to get involved in ‘The Eggstraordinary #DoGoodFriday’ by donating Easter eggs of any kind or size for Cash for Kids. Well-doers can drop off the eggs at the venue from Good Friday throughout the weekend and the team will deliver them to the local charity which supports children aged 0-18 who are disabled, disadvantaged or suffering from abuse or neglect.
On Easter Sunday, in true traditional style, the special roast menu will be available all day from 12pm until it’s gone. Diners can choose from chicken or beef served with all the trimmings and a Yorkshire pudding for £11.95 and the kids’ Sunday Roast meal includes two scoops of ice cream for dessert at £6.95 each.
To celebrate the first Bank Holiday weekend of 2016, revellers can enjoy cocktails and cask ales in the roof garden space which also has covered areas to hide away from the rain. Live music will be on offer in the bar from Friday throughout the Easter holidays with daily gigs every afternoon and evening.
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