In January this year, Hungry Horse and Farmhouse Inns launched a series of offers where children can eat for £1 at their pub chains.

U Hungry horseeach child will be able to get a £1 meal when accompanied by a paying adult.

The action started on Monday, January 9, and will last until Friday, February 10.

It will be available all day on Mondays and from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

For more information about the deal, you can visit The Hungry Horse website is here.

meanwhile, Peasant yard is offering email subscribers a two-course children’s meal at £1 each, available Monday to Saturday when accompanied by a paying adult.

This offer is valid from Monday 9 January to Tuesday 31 January at all Farmhouse Inn pubs in the UK.

You can subscribe to Peasant yard email database here website here.

In addition, email subscribers can also take advantage of an exclusive discount code that gives 25% off any Click & Collect Takeaway order.

This offer is valid from Monday to Saturday and from Monday 9th January to Tuesday 31st January.

Amazing warehouse deal

In addition to these deals, all customers who book Breakfast with Santa in December have the opportunity to claim a free Wacky Warehouse game for their children.

Redemptions are available now and can be used on weekdays at all Wacky Warehouses across the UK throughout January 2023.

More information can be found at The Wacky Warehouse website is here.

Ian Stroghan, brand marketing controller, said: “We understand that this time of year is always difficult after the Christmas period, and even more so this year due to the current financial challenges affecting many in the UK.

“We believe it is more important than ever for us to be able to support our customers and offer parents, families and individuals the opportunity to get the most for their money and entertain and feed their children for less.

“Our January offers do just that, providing plenty of choice in our Hungry horse, Peasant yard and Wacky Warehouse brands to keep kids active and energetic while helping to ease the financial pressures that so many people face.”

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