Raise a roast to the Royal Wedding

A local restaurant is urging locals to dust off their regal relics for the chance to ‘Raise a Roast’ to William and Kate, with a free carvery.

Crown Carvery restaurant, the Green Tree Inn on Tudworth Road in Doncaster, is offering customers the chance to enjoy a carvery on the house, in honour of the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Available for 10 days, between Tuesday 19th April and Friday 29th April, just bring in a commemorative royal wedding plate, from a previous royal wedding, to claim one free meal, per plate.

Carl Brandreth, manager at the Green Tree Inn, said: “We always give our customers a right royal welcome but as the UK’s most regal carvery brand we wanted to commemorate the most talked about wedding of the year by offering our customers a token of what we do best – a carvery!

“It doesn’t matter which previous royal wedding the plate was designed for, as long as it’s not the upcoming one. So if, for example, you have a plate from Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981, or Edward and Sophie’s in 1999, simply bring in your royal memento from the day and you’ll be able to enjoy a free carvery in return. Who knows, we may even unearth some antiques from days gone by.

“Plus if you’re looking for somewhere special to watch the big ‘I do’ then why not join us for the celebrations. We will be decorating the inside of the restaurant and a special menu will also be available so there’s no reason why you can’t eat like a king or queen too.”