Seven ways to feed the children at no cost over the summer holidays

The cost of feeding children during the holidays will soon increase.

But a free breakfast certainly takes the pressure off, and it’s a great meal that will help you start your day off right.

Seven ways to feed your kids for free during summer vacation


Seven ways to feed your kids for free during summer vacationCredit: Getty

Here are places that provide free energy for kids during summer vacation. . .

TESCO COFFEE: Show your Club card and get a free kids breakfast, such as eggs with toast or blueberry pancakes, when purchasing any adult food or drink at the cafe Tesco. Buy a second item to get a second free meal, Monday through Friday, during the school holidays.

MORRISONS COFFEE: Children can get free breakfast at Morrisons cafe with any adult meal over £4.49. Offer runs all day, every day.

REMOVE: First thing comes to Beefeater and two children under 16 can eat for free when one adult buys unlimited breakfast for £9.99. Find the nearest location at

DOBBIES GARDEN CENTER: Get a free kids breakfast along with any full breakfast for adults at the cafés in the heart of the Dobbies Gardens.

Deals are offered daily and also include free drinks for kids.

BILL: Up to two children can get a free meal, including pancakes and eggs with toast, at Bill’s restaurants on weekdays when an adult orders the breakfast main course. The deal runs until September 1.

FARMHOUSE CHILDREN: You’ll need to be quick as the offer only lasts until tomorrow, but you can get two free kids breakfasts when an adult breakfast is purchased at Farmhouse Inns if you have tickets to the attractions Sightseeing in the UK.

Accepted tickets include theme parks, museums or ranch – and the offer is available at all 70 pub locations until 11am.

FAYRE FEED MANUFACTURER: Buy an all-English adult meal for £9.99 at any Brewers Fayre pub and two children under 16 eat for free.

Find your nearest location at

  • All prices on the site are correct at the time of publication. Offers and offers are subject to availability.

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