Kids eat free at Wookey Hole during the February half-term holiday

By Jack Loomie

8th Feb 2024 | Local News

Children can choose from classic favourites like chicken nuggets and chips, sausage and chips, and mac and cheese.
Children can choose from classic favourites like chicken nuggets and chips, sausage and chips, and mac and cheese.

Wookey Hole, the enchanting family-run attraction and holiday destination nestled in the heart of Somerset's Mendip Hills, announces the return of its "Kids Eat Free" promotion for the school half term from 10 February to 18 February 2024.

The return of the popular offer allows families with children to indulge in a hearty hot meal on the house, open to all 3-15 year olds who have a valid ticket for the attraction.

Children can choose from classic favourites like chicken nuggets and chips, sausage and chips, and mac and cheese. It is the ideal pitstop for adventurous youngsters in need of refuelling between the excitement of unravelling the secrets in the mystical underground caverns, encountering ancient creatures, and enjoying the delights of the circus.

Sarah Ramsey, on behalf of the Cottle Family Trust which owns Wookey Hole, said: "We are delighted to see the return of the Kids Eat Free offer. We know that families can feel the squeeze during the holidays, and we want to help where we can. We introduced the offer last summer as a way to support families through the end of the summer holidays and it was so well received, we felt compelled to bring it back."

Wookey Hole is well-known for its distinctive combination of history, adventure, and entertainment, making it a treasured destination for all families and explorers. The attraction currently provides several discounts, including ones for recipients of Disabled Living Allowance and Blue Badge holders. The "Kids Eat Free" promotion further enhances the opportunities for savings.

For more information about Wookey Hole and the "Kids Eat Free" campaign, as well as details on holiday bookings, upcoming events, offers and shows, please visit www.wookey.co.uk.

     

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