Walker’s Diner in Swinton free drink and mince pie offer

Caroline Walker, of Walker's Diner, Station Street, Swinton holds a cup of coffee which is on offer along with a mince pie. Picture: Andrew Roe
Caroline Walker, of Walker's Diner, Station Street, Swinton holds a cup of coffee which is on offer along with a mince pie. Picture: Andrew Roe
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South Yorkshire Times readers can enjoy a delicious mug of tea or coffee and a mince pie – absolutely free.

The newspaper has teamed up with Walker’s Diner in Swinton to give our loyal readers a fantastic treat for free as part of our latest Owt Fer Nowt offer.

All you have to do is cut out the voucher on Page 14 of the South Yorkshire Times and present it at Walker’s Diner in Swinton Precinct, off Station Street, from Thursday, December 10, to next Wednesday, December 16, to claim your free cup of tea or coffee and a mince pie – worth £1.

Owner Caroline Walker only opened the cafe at the end of 2014, but she says business is booming. The 42-year-old from Swinton said: “I’m really pleased with how things have gone so far.

“I have many initiatives, including a delivery service, traditional Sunday lunches, usually pork or beef, noon to 2.30pm and good home-cooked food every day.

“And we are now taking bookings for Christmas dinner on December 22 – just call on 01709 588687.”

Along with hot drinks, the cafe serves soft drinks, hot and cold sandwiches and a selection of hot meals, including full English breakfast and roasts.

The diner is open seven days a week, from 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 3pm Saturday and 11am to 3pm on Sunday.