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Kids Eat Free at The Feilden’s Arms

PUBLISHED: 17:47 21 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:48 21 May 2018

The Feilden�s Arms Kids Eat Free

The Feilden�s Arms Kids Eat Free

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Kids eat free every Sunday from 12 - 2 pm at The Feilden’s Arm Mellor Brook.

The Feilden’s Arms is now being run by Imagine Inns, the team behind The Butlers Arms in Pleasington and The Top Lock at Wheelton. We’ve worked hard to revive this ailing pub after saving it from closure.

Join us at The Feilden’s Arms in Mellor Brook for Sunday Lunch between 12pm and 2pm and your children can enjoy a FREE kids meal.

Terms and Conditions:

1 child per dining adult. Under 12s only 1 child’s main meal and 1 ice cream. Offer does not include any drinks. Booking is Essential. Only available on Sundays between 12pm and 2pm. Order must be placed before 2pm. One 2 course meal available per dining adult. Offer includes a main menu dish from the children’s menu and 1 ice cream dessert. Offer does not include drinks. Offer maybe withdrawn at anytime and without warning. Offer has no cash value and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Booking is essential.

Whalley Road, Mellor Brook, Lancashire, BB2 7PR

01254 814655

manager@thefeildensarmsmellorbrook.co.uk

www.thefeildensarmsmellorbrook.co.uk

Facebook: @feildensarms

Twitter: @feildens_arms

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