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Toby Carvery salutes Armed Forces with free meals

Liverpool’s Toby Carvery restaurants will show their support to the armed forces by offering all military personnel a free carvery on Armed Forces Day.

The city is leading the nation in its appreciation of our servicemen and women this Saturday (24 June) with celebrations including a parade from St George’s Hall to the Pier Head and a Red Arrows fly-past on the waterfront.

Toby Carvery, which operates local eateries in Speke Boulevard, Aigburth, Stoneycroft, Aintree and Formby, is inviting armed forces personnel to enjoy a free breakfast or carvery as a way of saying thank you for all their hard work.

For any military personnel who can’t attend, local Toby Carvery restaurants are hosting a Veterans Breakfast Club throughout this week, enabling former and current members of the Armed Forces can book to enjoy breakfast for £1.

Toby Carvery’s offer is open to all military personnel, from serving troops and reserves to veterans and cadets, and can be claimed by downloading a voucher and presenting it along with their military ID or veteran’s card.

Martin Gosling, brand operations director for Toby Carvery, says: “Armed Forces Day is a brilliant opportunity to show our thanks for the work both serving and ex-military have done for our country.

“We are proud to support our troops and can’t think of a better way to thank all those involved than by giving them a roast dinner on us.”

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