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By Tristan Harris Thursday 04 September 2014 Updated: 05/09 10:03
THE TOBY Carvery in Malbrook in Bromsgrove is offering five lucky readers the chance to enjoy a fabulous feast on the house.
The winners will receive £50 each to spend at the Toby Carvery Malbrook, giving the perfect opportunity to treat family or friends.
Toby Carvery Malbrook offers expertly prepared food all day, every day, starting with a quality breakfast menu that offers all-you-can-eat for £3.99.
Toby’s famous four roast carvery offers a choice of beef, pork, turkey or honey and mustard-glazed gammon, all slow-cooked to perfection.
There are also freshly prepared vegetables, roasties and mash, a huge homemade Yorkshire pudding, stuffing and pick of gravies and sauces.
And at only £5.99, Monday to Saturday, you should have plenty of cash left in the coffers to treat yourselves to one of Toby’s delicious puddings.
To win a £50 meal voucher for you and your family, simply choose the right answer to the following question:
• How many roast meats does Toby Carvery offer each day?
Send your answers to: Toby Carvery Competition, The Standard, 44 High Street, Bromsgrove. B61 8HQ
For more on the Toby Carvery in Marlbrook, go to the restaurant at 462 Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, B61 0HR, visit www.tobycarvery.co.uk or call 01527 878060.
Terms and Conditions
1.Entrants 18 and over, 2. No cash alternative, 3. Prize can be redeemed Monday to Saturday inclusive, 4.Maximum party size six persons, 5. Prize valid only at 462 Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, B61 0HR
6. Prizes to be redeemed by 31st October 2014 7. Prize money to be redeemed in one visit and cannot be spent exclusively on drinks or spread over several visits. 8. Closing date for entries is next Friday (September 13).
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