A city pub will mark Armed Forces Day by giving away free roast dinners to military personnel.
To mark the annual celebration of those who serve their country in the Army, Navy or Royal Air Force, which takes place on Saturday, June 24, Toby Carvery will be offering a free breakfast or carvery at its three sites in Barnes, Cleadon Village and Washington.
For military personnel who can’t attend, Toby Carveries will be hosting a Veterans Breakfast Club all week this week, where former and current members of the Armed Forces can book to enjoy breakfast for £1.
Toby Carvery’s offer is open to all military personnel, from serving troops and reserves to veterans and cadets, and can be claimed by downloading a voucher and presenting this along with their military ID or veteran’s card.
Martin Gosling, brand operations director for Toby Carvery, said: “Armed Forces Day is a brilliant opportunity to show our thanks for the work both serving and ex-military have done for our country.
“We are proud to support our troops and can’t think of a better way to thank all those involved than by giving them a roast dinner on us.”
The pub chain has also announced its charity partnership with The Royal British Legion, which will see it support the charity with fundraising initiatives over the next two years, and has added a special charity pudding to its menus with 25p from each pudding sale being donated to The Legion. It is aiming to raise £100,000 for The Royal British Legion by the end of 2018.
To download your Armed Forces Day voucher visit https://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/offers/armed-forces-day.