The importance of family time

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Christmas is meant to the archetypal family time, but as many of us know it’s not always quite that simple! Arguments abound, about everything from where to spend the festive season to who to spend it with. And don’t forget that Christmas can be a lot of work – particularly if most of the organisation, gift buying and cooking falls to one person. After Christmas, instead of feeling uplifted we can feel over-worked, tired and stressed.

Now that Christmas is safely out of the way for another year, it’s important to remember that family time doesn’t stop there. Recapture some time for you, your partner and children with a long walk in the country or a bike ride. Getting kitted up for the British weather, maybe borrowing a neighbour’s dog, splashing in the puddles and kicking up the leaves before settling down for lunch in front of the log fire – doesn’t that sound like the perfect day out? If your budget’s tight after Christmas, then spending time in the fresh air is good for soul and the pocket – and we’ve got a great offer of up to 50 per cent off our whole menu at the moment, so you can enjoy a guilt-free lunch too. Spend some time catching up with what’s going on in your partner’s life or what your children or focusing on at the moment – we can all be so busy rushing about over Christmas that it’s easy to stop thinking about the things that really matter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our discount offer is proving very popular, so if you’d like to make us part of your perfect family day out this new year, it’s best to book in advance. Full details of our discounts are available on our offer page, and you can find out what’s on the menu over on our food page. We look forward to seeing you (and your family!) soon.

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