23rd Aug, 2019

Grab a grand and free cake at city restaurant this Easter

A WORCESTER restaurant is offering visitors a ‘golden’ opportunity to bag themselves a sweet treat this Easter – and all they have to do is find a golden plate.

The Bluebell Farm Farmhouse Inns dining and carvery on Hornhill Road will be hiding a golden plate in the carvery deck, which will be handed out to lucky guests at random over the Easter period.

As well as the chance to win £1,000 cash, each golden plate finder will also receive a slice of home-baked cake, baked in house by Bluebell Farm’s cake-a-tier

A limited number of golden plates will be hidden in the carvery deck until Sunday, April 28 to visit Bluebell Farm and try their luck at finding the prized plate.

Thomas Cassidy, general manager at the Bluebell Farm said: “As a family-focused restaurant we know that Easter is the perfect time to gather the family and feast together, and what better way to finish off a delicious carvery than with a sweet treat and the chance to win £1,000 cash!

“The team at Bluebell Farm are looking forward to handing out golden plates to lucky locals and putting a smile on their face this Easter.”

The lucky diners who find a golden plate will then receive a special golden ticket with details of how to enter an exclusive prize draw to bag the cash.

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