Stonegate brings back 'Kids Eat for £1' deal

By Rebecca Weller

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Very popular: Stonegate reintroduces 'Kids Eat for £1' offer this Easter
Very popular: Stonegate reintroduces 'Kids Eat for £1' offer this Easter

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Stonegate Group, Britain’s largest pubco, has announced the relaunch of its ‘Kids Eat for £1’ initiative this Easter.

More than 70 Stonegate sites nationwide will be running the offer across the Easter holidays from Monday 1 April until Sunday 14 April.

The offer is open to all children under the age of 10 dining with at least one full paying adult for either walk-in or advanced bookings.

Dishes in the offer include a grilled chicken breast burger, sausages and rich beef gravy, and hand battered fish.

There are also a variety of sides and vegetables on offer as well as dessert options including vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce or a S’mores Chocolate Brownie topped with toasted marshmallows, salted caramel sauce and a Lotus Biscoff biscuit crumb.

Very popular 

Stonegate Group marketing manager said: “We are thrilled to relaunch our very popular ‘Kids Eat for £1 deal’ coinciding with the Easter holidays.”

Earlier this month, Stonegate announced a number of changes to its operating board after new hires and promotions.

Carol Campbell will join as managing director for the group’s managed arm, which includes Slug & Lettuce, Be At One and Popworld, alongside a large unbranded estate.

She was most recently retail director at Wickes and previously held senior roles at Walmart, Aldi and Woolworths, in the UK and overseas.

Lee Reed will also be joining as managed director for Stonegate’s publican partners business.

His previous experience includes the role of senior operations director UK and international. Before this, he spent almost a decade at KFC while he began his career at M&S.

Stand out performance 

Furthermore, Frazer Grimbleby has been promoted to managing director of Craft Union – Stonegate’s managed format.

He has previously help several roles within the company, most recently Craft Union director. His promotion is a new role, which Stonegate said reflected the continued strong growth of Craft Union.

Carol Campbell, Lee Reed and Frazer Grimbleby will formally join the operating board with effect from 8 April 2024.

Moreover, the appointments of Lee and Frazer follow the decision by Nick Andrews to retire after spending almost a decade at the business.

The managed arm delivered a “stand-out” performance​​ in a trading update from Stonegate last year.

More recently, Craft Union is a finalist​​ in this year’s Best Community Pub Operator category in the 2024 Publican Awards.


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