Epworth Bells readers can get themselves a free bag of mouth-watering chips, courtesy of your favourite weekly read on production of the coupon in this week’s Epworth Bells.
Just cut out the coupon on the reader offer page in the October 22 edition of the Epworth Bells and take it to Newman’s fish and chip shop in Market Place in Crowle to claim your free regular portion of chips worth £1.20.
The coupon is valid from Thursday, October 22 to Wednesday, October 28, and the team at Newman’s constantly celebrate the humble yet ever popular tasty treat.
It is said that in the time of Charles Dickens, Britain had fried fish warehouses – shops that sold fish and bread.
But a few decades later the population discovered how delicious it was to add chips. And the fish and chip shop was born!
Newman’s, which has carried on this great mealtime tradition, is owned by father Chris and daughter Caroline Newman, above, who opened their takeaway 18 months ago.
Chip off the old block Caroline, aged 37, said: “This is a fantastic mouthwatering offer for your readers.
“I would urge them to use the coupon and come into the fish and chip shop.
“We have been open now for 18 months. All our fish is fresh and we source our potatoes from local farms.
“People coming here can be sure of great tasting food as we have a five star hygiene rating from North Lincolnshire Council and are constantly evaluating ourselves to ensure we give our customers the best.”
She said she aims to make the takeaway the plaice’ to be, adding: “We have been trained by, and are backed by, Leeds-based National Fish Federation to ensure we maintain the highest standards and offer our customers the tastiest and the best.”
The takeaway sells traditional fish and chips – adult, older people and children’s portions – along with sausages and a selection of Wright’s pies, including steak and kidney, mince and onion and chicken and mushroom.
Takeaway opening hours are Tuesday to Saturday 11.30am to 1.30pm and 4.30pm to 8pm with the outlet closed on Monday and Sunday.