Little ones to enjoy Breakfast with Santa at Newcastle’s Brewers Fayre

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Families can enjoy unlimited breakfast, while the little ones take part in Christmas activities.

Brewers Fayre restaurants across the country will be giving children the opportunity to meet Santa Claus this festive season, including at Newcastle’s Derwent Cross venue.

Santa Claus will be returning to the restaurant chain to spread Christmas cheer to families, while they enjoy an unlimited breakfast.

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From Saturday, December 2, families will be welcomed into Brewers Fayre by Santa’s little helpers, before tucking into a cooked or continental buffet breakfast, with a selection of bottomless tea, coffee and fruit juices.

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Food options available included an unlimited number of fresh pastries, fluffy pancakes, fruit, cereal, yogurt, bacon, sausages, black pudding, hash browns and eggs, as well as plenty of vegan options.

Those who wish to meet Santa Claus can visit his festive grotto, to tell him what they wish for Christmas, and will be given a Cadbury Selection Box to go home with.

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Alongside the joy of meeting Santa Claus, children will also be able to participate in Christmas crafts, colouring, discos and movies within the kids play area at Brewers Fayre.

The event which is named Breakfast with Santa will take place throughout December, from 9am until 11.30.

Breakfast with Santa is priced at £9.99 per child, which will include meeting Santa Claus, unlimited breakfast and 30 minutes of play.

Brewers Fayre have also pledged to donate 20p to children’s charity GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) for every three-course kids meal sold.

To book Breakfast with Santa, please visit the Brewers Fayre website.

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