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Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Wedding Update: Adding those Final Touches!

Wedding Update: Adding those Final Touches! 

There's now just over two weeks left until our Wedding Day and I'm finally starting to get excited. Now that we have our beautiful venue all lined up, it's time to start finishing off those final touches, those little things that are going to help make our big day, a little extra special.

The Dress is all fitted and currently being steam cleaned, the suits are all bought and hanging up. The bridesmaid dresses are nearly sorted, there's just one daughter left to dress and the best man is all prepped and ready for his role. I'm still trying to confirm my room decor details which is proving a bit difficult when vendors are taking a long time to get in touch but I'm confident that it'll all come together in time. Or so, I hope it does - eek.

I had my makeup trial this week but it didn't quite go to the plan so I've now decided that I will be doing my own makeup on the day. Being a small family wedding, this isn't a problem at all. My family and partner love me with or without makeup so I'm not too worried really.

Next on my list of 'Things to Do' was finding the perfect favours and I think I found the most gorgeous ones. I wanted to treat my guests now that there wasn't going to be so many of them, to something they could keep and savour or enjoy on the day, to remind them of our special day. How special are these Mini Prosecco Personalised Bottles from Say It With Champers, they're perfect for my guests. There's 13 designs to choose from, all lovely but I choose the gorgeous Wedding Couple design and I'm so pleased with how they turned out.

Now that I have the perfect wedding favours, I feel like I can now relax a little more and get ready to enjoy the most perfect day. My Mum is baking lots lately as she's practising her cake making skills before she bakes the final masterpiece. We're having a three tier cake, one traditional fruit, a lemon sponge and a chocolate cake all covered in delicate icing with beautiful flowers and our golden cake topper. I know she's going to do an amazing job.

Thinking about what's left to do now, there's isn't that much. I have one bridesmaid dress to find for my eldest daughter, the wedding breakfast taster meal which is happening this Thursday and then it's just planning the final day running details like timings really. I can't believe that it's all starting to come together now and may actually finally happen. All being well, that Birmingham doesn't change the rules again. We just need to get through the next few weeks and we'll be married. I will finally be Mrs Christine Churchley, how exciting!

This might be my final update before the big day but if any big changes happen, I will let you know with another update. I bet you'll all be glad when there's no more wedding updates.

Disclosure: I received a small discount off the cost of my Mini Prosecco Personalised Bottles. This fact didn't influence my thoughts on the final product though. 

Thursday, 3 September 2020

Wedding Update - Just One Month to Go now.

Wedding Update - Just One Month to Go now.

I can't believe that exactly one month from today, I will be getting married!

It's been a bit of a crazy ride these past few months but we're finally going to tie the knot. It may not be the BIG White Wedding that I'd hoped for but it will be wonderful no matter what. Our local Register Office in Birmingham is allowing us a total of 22 guests, the bride and groom, plus the 2 witnesses so that's a total of 26 in all. They are letting us have a photographer as an extra as long as they stand on their X marks the spot the entire time.

Originally we'd only planned for 40 people to be there with us at our ceremony anyway so it's not been that bad reducing those numbers. We've literally just cut out anyone who's not immediate family. There's a few sad parts about our ceremony though as my bridesmaids won't get to walk down the aisle with me, but nor will my Dad which has been a tough one to take in. It's taken me quite a long time to get used to the idea as we're so close normally.

Our original Wedding Reception Venue is cancelled as our original contract was a special offer that couldn't be fulfilled due to the new restrictions. I wasn't going to re book anything else after this but then Receptions for 30 are allowed to go ahead in only Licensed Venues so I was then desperate to find us something else. Which I am super to say that I have.

One month today we shall enjoy a lovely sit down meal together with all our closest family members at the beautiful Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel which isn't too far from where we live. We may not be allowed dancing but we are allowed background music so it won't be all bad.

We're determined to make the best of this bad situation and enjoy our special day.

Now that we have our new plans in place, there's so much to sort out and so little time to do it all in so it's going to get a bit manice around here. Hopefully as we get closer to the date, I'll be able to get more excited about it all because right now, I'm just full of nerves and worries about what is going to happen, what could happen and what might happen. Eeek.

Love is Not Cancelled.

Watch this space ...... and ....... Wish us luck x

How to save money on your Back to School shopping.

How to save money on your Back to School shopping.

For some parents, the last few months may have felt like the longest summer break ever, with millions of children across the UK unable to attend school due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the government is planning for all pupils to return to the classroom as normal in September, which is welcomed news for all those mums and dads who have had to add ‘part time teacher’ to their list of skills over the recent weeks. 

But the impending return to school brings with it challenges of a different nature. In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to look after your financial situation, costs of uniforms, textbooks and stationery can soon mount up ahead of the new term. With that in mind, here are a few things you can do to ensure your back to school shopping doesn’t cost you a small fortune. It's expensive enough with one child and we have three - eek.

Take an inventory:

Before you begin, it’s worth taking stock of what you already have. Will the uniforms last another year? Do they still fit? Do you have plenty of books, pens and paper still in the cupboards that you can still use? By making a note of everything you need, and crossing off those items that you already have, you’ll find your shopping list suddenly gets a lot shorter!

Leave it late if you can:

Some people may see this as a risky approach that adds an unnecessary level of stress to your shopping, but you might find that you can get great deals on certain things by leaving it until a few days before term starts. By that point, vendors might be happy to be rid of their stock and be willing to sell at a reduced price meaning you can save a pound or two.

Bargain hunt:

Think outside of the box a little bit when it comes to picking up some of the more generic items. For example, local pound shops and charity shops are great places to find things like stationery and reading books for your kids’ English classes. If you’re prepared to scour the shelves, you might find that you can make some significant savings which is great.

Be inventive:

Uniforms are usually the largest of the back to school expenses, and purchasing direct from the school can prove pricey. But, if you’re talented with a needle and thread or know someone who is, you can always buy plain garments and sew the school logo on yourself, at a fraction of the cost. It may be worth contacting other parents to see if they have any hand me downs that can be passed on, another great way to ensure that sending your kids back to school doesn’t break the bank. Being Inventive will help you out a lot.

Disclosure: This is a Collaborative Post.

#WIN Cadbury Halloween Chocolate Treats

WIN Cadbury Halloween Chocolate Treats 

Happy September everyone! I hope you're all well? It's been a whirlwind of a Summer this year, so I for one, is so glad it's over. My kids went back to school quite happily yesterday which was so lovely. We're all just looking forward to getting a bit of routine back into our daily lives and seeing our friends in the flesh again. It's so nice to have other people to talk to again. And now that it's September, that means, October and Halloween is on it's way!

One lucky winner is going to win some fantastic Cadbury Halloween Chocolate Treats. Inside the gift box you will find lots of spooky Halloween treats to enjoy with family or friends. There's Cadbury treat size chocolates with a Cadbury Goo Heads Egg box and Goo Heads Minis Eggs bag. Cadbury Goo eggs and Goo Head Minis are individually wrapped foiled milk chocolate eggs with fondant filling. They sound very very yummy. Oooh.

To WIN - Simply use the Rafflecopter Form below to complete as many or as few of the entry options as you like. It's completely up to you how many you do but remember, the more entries you do, the more chances you have to win. 1 lucky winner will be chosen at random after it closes on Thursday September 1st  - Open to the UK Only - Good Luck xox

This is not a sponsored Giveaway - The Prize is supplied by myself.

Terms and Conditions: One winner will be drawn at random using the Rafflecopter App. 
This Giveaway is only open to the UK. The giveaways ends on Thursday September 1st x

Advent Calendars - Which will You choose this Year?

Advent Calendars - Which will You choose this Year? 

I know it's only just turned September but Christmas is on it's way whether we're ready for it or not. Normally I would leave all my Christmas shopping until the last minute and buy my gifts early December but then I find myself spending money that I may not have. That's why, this year I've decided, I'm getting more organised and starting much earlier, like now. Because budgeting for Christmas early helps reduce debts in the new year. And I don't want any of those. 2020 has been a tough year for all of us without the extra stress and worry over debts going into next year. 2021 is going to be a new start, and a better year hopefully.

Each year, I buy my children a different style of Advent Calendar to help build up the excitement in December of the big countdown to Christmas. We've had all sorts of calendars over the years, we've had everything from stationery gifts to socks and toy collectibles but this year I'm thinking of opting for a personalised advent calendar, it's back to delicious chocolate treats for us and making it personalised is a great way to stop the arguments over which one belongs to who in our house. Last year my children wrote their names on their calendars with a felt tip pen so this year, they won't need to do that.

My two would love this cute Polar Bear Advent Calendar. It's very attractive to look at and the chocolate treats look very exciting too. It's so cute, I'd even get one for myself too. 

Whichever Advent calendar you choose this year, I'm sure it'll be wonderful. There's so many to choose from this year though so it's going to be a tough choice for all of us but chocolate seems to be the way forward for us. We're going back to traditional, simple, yet delicious chocolate treats every day. What Advent Calendar will You be having this year?

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.

Sunday, 30 August 2020

It's Back to Hogwarts Time! #Review

It's Back to Hogwarts Time! 

The 1st of September is a momentous day in the wizarding world calendar: this is the day the Hogwarts students return for a new term. Catch the Hogwarts Express, while the first years discover the castle for the first time. Though this year may look a bit different than in the past, the time has arrived to pack your trunk, ready your school supplies and prepare to go Back to Hogwarts - virtually! You can enjoy their collection of features and activities to help make your celebrations as special as can be. It's all very exciting for Harry Potter fans.

We're all huge Harry Potter fans in this house. We've read all the books and watched all the movies, several times over. We have lots of the toys, wands and merchandise and love playing Magical make believe, so when we heard about going Back to Hogwarts, we just had to join in as we'll be going back to school ourselves next week. It's all very exciting, and a little scary too if we're honest but that's a whole different story for another time.

This week we've been checking out the Back to Hogwarts, Back to School range from Asda which is all so awesome! There's the cute Chibi print lunch bag featuring Harry, Hermione and Ron which also has a matching Water Bottle. They're both really cool, Ryan loves them!

And, then there's the gorgeous Harry Potter Shield logo backpacks which are available in all four houses. We have the Gryffindor backpack of course as that's our house team of choice.

Ryan loves the leather straps and the funky red colouring of his new bag. He's so excited and can't wait to show it off to all of his classmates next week. It is a really beautiful bag!

And last but not least, there's The Harry Potter Stationery Set which includes everything you need to get Back To Hogwarts: a pen, pencil, eraser, pencil sharpener and ruler – all with classic Harry Potter decoration. Nothing beats the feeling of getting brand new stationery. 

Inside our Magic Box of treats we found this awesome LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig which Ryan is looking forward to building soon. Harry Potter Gryffindor Robes for both adults and children which you can see Ryan wearing quite happily in the first picture. Also inside our box was the super exciting, Harry Potter Magic Capsules from YuMe Toys and Kap Toys.

You need to open the Hogwarts inspired crest and find the packages to discover the magic. Use colour coded, heat and water to reveal the clues you'll need to unlock the surprise within. There's 10 characters to collect in Series 1, including 1 rare character and 1 ultra rare. Each capsule contains, 1 Hogwarts Character, 1 Fantastic Beast pets, 1 wands and a surprise accessories. Ryan loves surprise element toys so he loved this. Mixing harry Potter with an unboxing style toy makes for a huge hit with my kids, they absolutely love them. 

Want to see what we found inside our Harry Potter Magical Capsule?

We got the very lovely and very talented, Hermione. And, she's so cute!

Ryan is super excited about going back to school next week just like all those brand new students heading Back To Hogwarts. He's going to wear his new bag, fll his lunchbox and water bottle, pack his pencil case full of treats and bound into the school, bursting with excitement. Like every new or returning student this September, it's an exciting time of year.

Disclosure: We received our Harry Potter Products in Return for an Honest Review.

Monday, 10 August 2020

Days Out: Go Ape Coventry #Review

Days Out: Go Ape Coventry Review

We are so excited to be finally going on local West Midlands, days out again, we've missed them so much. All work and no play makes for a really boring lifestyle and not one that we want to live in. We try to plan a family day out every month, even if it's just one as getting out and having some good old family fun is when all the important memories are made. 

After being closed for months due to current situation, we were so happy to hear that Go Ape was back open. We headed to our nearest centre which is Go Ape Coventry and signed up for their Treetop Adventure + course which is the highest one we could do with their height restrictions. Ryan is 10 years old but a little short for his age which often causes issues for us on our days out because he's often too small to ride or take part on everything.

The Treetop Adventure + course combines all the fun and excitement of their smaller Treetop Adventure course, with more extreme and tricky obstacles, perfect for families with older children. It's suitable for children over 1.2 meters and 6 years of age which was perfect for us as Ryan is currently 1.25 meters tall. Rock Walls, Prison Bars, and Tank Traps are just some of the extra crossings you’ll have to master, all culminating in an extra zip wire.

We had the most wonderful time on Sunday up in the trees, the weather was beautiful and the whole place was just so much fun. The staff were all kitted out in full face visors and the was hand sanitizer bottles everywhere so it all felt nice and safe throughout. There were cones on the floor to mark out their social distancing plans which again was all great stuff.

Days out like these are the highlights of our month. Just doing these activities together is a real treat. We all took part in the activities, although some did more than others but overall we all had a very enjoyable time. Lily and I did 2 of the 4 courses and then decided to sit the rest out as that was more than enough for us but Daddy and Ryan carried on and managed to complete all 4 of the courses within their set hour time slot. They made it look so easy.

The good thing about Go Ape is that there's a course suitable for all ages, as there's the Treetop Adventure Course for children of all ages over 1 meter tall which lasts for 1 hour. Then there's the Treetop Adventure + Course that we did for children aged over 6 and taller than 2 meters which was perfect for our family group. And last but not least, there's the Treetop Challenge which is for children and adults of all ages who are taller than 1.4 meters. This one lasts between 2 to 3 hours and isn't for the faint hearted as it's made up of adventurous zip wires and so much more. For the adults and everyone over 16, there's a rather awesome Axe Throwing activity available too, that did look pretty cool as we passed.

We all had so much fun on Sunday and would go back again in a heartbeat. Go Ape is definitely high up on our list of favourite days out as it's so adventurous, just like us!

Disclosure: We were gifted out tickets for free in return for an honest review.

Saturday, 8 August 2020

Smoby Aquaplay Superset #Review

Smoby Aquaplay Superset

Yesterday was a beautiful sunny day here in Birmingham which gave us the perfect opportunity to test out our newest toy from Smoby. My boy has always been a huge fan of water play so this one was perfect for him, even if he is a little older than the recommended age for it. You're never too old to play with water though. This fun Aquaplay Superset is packed with features designed to encourage play and learning. Kids will love moving the boat through the canals and letting the water lift the boat in the lock. They can use the crane to load the containers from the boat to the truck and back again too. It's really bright and colourful and so easy to set up, we literally had it all up and ready in about 10 minutes which was great. It was much easier to put together than I had thought it would be. This great value set is just one of many so it's extendable too. You can add all sorts of extensions, other playsets and accessories making your water play fun as big as you'd like it ot be.

 There's lots of lovely little features on this set to make their water play more fun. Ryan loved using the interchangeable locks to watch how the water moved from one space in the set to another, I don't think he'd seen anything like that before other than in books so he had great fun exploring the feature for himself. There was a water pump to play with and a ramp and movable crane too. Ryan played with this set for hours yesterday in the sunshine and didn't get bored at all. He loves water play, always has, but this set takes water play to a whole new level than we're used too. Who knew a playset could teach you so much about the movement of water and still be so much fun at the same time. Both Ryan and I really love this set and would happily recommend it to all our friends and family. It's quite a large set but it fits nicely into the back garden. Our garden is on a slight slope so our water was always running off downhill so  would recommend you try keep it on a flat surface for the best play. 

The Smoby Aquaplay Superset from Very costs £54.99.

Disclosure: We received our Smoby Aquaplay Superset in return for an honest review.

Thursday, 6 August 2020 - The Easy Way to Find Local Childcare
The Easy Way to Find Local Childcare 

Maybe you're looking for some extra childcare to help you out during the Summer Holidays or maybe you're looking for some extra help for when they return to school in September. It's been a crazy few months for all of us and the world is changing fast so who knows what kind of extra help we will need. I'm quite lucky that I have grandparents close by to help me out when I get stuck but I know a lot of others who are not so lucky and rely on local childcare to get them through the days. Juggling children with work can prove a real challenge sometimes so finding good, trustworthy, local child care can be a daunting task.

But that's where I may be able to help you today. is a platform which allows parents to search for and connect with local babysitters, childminders, nannies, nurseries, private tutors and schools and also allows childcare providers to advertise their services too. The site has more than 2 million users nationwide and is the largest online community for parents in the UK having launched in 2009. You simply enter your postcode and the kind of child care you need and click search.

You can create a free account in minutes and no payment details are required. You can see real reviews from people who have used the site and found just what they were looking for. 

Helping you to learn about the child care provider experience, qualifications, availability and fees. It's all right there in one place for you to search and see. If you find something suitable for you, you can use their safe and secure messaging system to communicate with carers. could make searching for your next child care provider so much quicker, simpler and easier, so what's not to love about it. We may have a lot of time on our hands right now but there's much better things we could be spending it on other than searching.

So, if you're currently looking for local childcare, I do hope this helps.

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post with

Monday, 3 August 2020

Birmingham's Best Places to Eat out In August with 50% Off using the Gov Eat Out To Help Out Scheme

Birmingham's Best Places to Eat out In August with 
50% Off using the Gov Eat Out To Help Out Scheme.

Today's the first day of the Government's new Eat Out to Help Out scheme to get people back into local restaurants and eating out again. I am actually really excited about this and can't wait to take full advantage of the scheme to have as much fun as I can whilst saving as much money as I can. We've already got a few places booked in for our family to visit over the next few weeks but we will hopefully be visiting a few more surprise ones too.

Businesses using the new scheme will offer a 50% reduction on all it's food and soft drinks, up to a maximum of £10 per person every Monday to Wednesday throughout August. If you order to takeaway you will not be eligible for any discount. You must eat in to qualify for it.

You can use the Restaurant Finder by simply popping in your postcode and it will bring up a list of all the businesses that are offering the discount local to you. Please be aware that not everyone taking part is listed on here just yet but a top tip to remember is if you keep an eye on your favourite restaurants social media pages you may find a few more treats.

The Restaurants listed close to me in the Birmingham (Erdington) area are:


Ground Floor, 40-42 High Street, B23 6RH

A.S. Cafe & Diner

77-79, High Street, West Midlands, B23 6SA


58 High Street, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 6RH

York cafe

8 York Road, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 6TE

Pepe's Piri Piri

133 High Street, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 6SA

Birmingham Hall Food Limited T/A Sams Chicken

210 High Street, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 6SJ


260-262, High Street, West Midlands, B23 6SN


328-330 Marsh Lane, West Midlands, B23 6HP

Ebony & Ivory Elegant Room B&R Ltd

163 Reservoir Road, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 6DN

The Boldmere Tap

363 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5HE

1580 Contemporary Indian Dining

710 Chester Road, Erdington, West Midlands, B23 5TE


724 Chester Road, Erdington, West Midlands, B24 0EA

Sweet The Dessert Shop Limited

422 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1YJ

Windowbox Cafe

418 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1YJ

Atlantis Fish Bar

408 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1YJ

Juboraj Restaurant

161-163, Sutton Road, West Midlands, B23 5TN

Pepe’s Piri Piri

439 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1AX

Gavino's Restaurant

423 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1AX

Costa Coffee

21-22, The Lanes Shopping Centre Birmingham, West Midlands, B72 1YG

Come dine with me

New Oscott Village, 25 Fossway Drive, B23 5GD


213 Chester Road, West Midlands, B73 5BD

Sarin Spice Ltd

First Floor, 110-116 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5UB

los banditos boldmere limited

90 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5UB


College Road, West Midlands, B44 0AA

Communitea Cafe

76-78, Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TJ


72-74 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TJ

Costa Coffee

57-59, Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5XA

Mother India Cuisine Limited

60A Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TJ

The Deli Social

60b-60c, Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TJ


37 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5UY

Shaban Ltd

46 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TD

Boldmere Restaurant Limited

18 Boldmere Road, West Midlands, B73 5TD

Kingsbury cafe

988 Tyburn Road, West Midlands, B24 0TL

De Everest Dine

11 Kings Road, West Midlands, B73 5AB


454 Chester Road North, West Midlands, B73 6RG


985 Tyburn Road, West Midlands, B24 0TJ


266 Jockey Road, West Midlands, B73 5XP


107 Hawthorn Road, West Midlands, B44 8QT

The Mount Tavern

136 Kings Road, Kingstanding, West Midlands, B44 0SH

Scallywags soft play

The Fort Shopping Park, 20 Fort Parkway, West Midlands, B24 9FP

Haute Dolci, Star City

Unit 18, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA

Pepe's Piri Piri

Unit 8, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA

Zauq Buffet

Unit 17, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA

Shere Khan Star City Birmingham

Unit 13, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA

Oodles n Oodles Birmingham

Unit 1b, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA


Mcdonalds, Star City, Watson Road, West Midlands, B7 5SA


Mcdonalds, Fort Shopping Park, 20 Fort Parkway, West Midlands, B24 9FP


12 Beeches Walk, West Midlands, B73 6HN


4 Beeches Walk, West Midlands, B73 6HN


1151-1155, Chester Road, West Midlands, B24 0QY


Eechelhurst Road, Pype Hayes, B76 1EP

Brittons at GKN Driveline

Chester Road, Erdington, West Midlands, B24 0RB

dough and bun



27 Maney Corner, West Midlands, B72 1QL

Eleon Greek Restaurant

2 Maney House, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B72 1QL

Perfect Subs Ltd t/a Subway

323 Aston Lane, Aston, West Midlands, B6 6QR


Maney House, Maney Corner, West Midlands, B72 1QL


46-48 Birmingham Road, Sutton Trinity, West Midlands, B72 1QQ

Pizza by Goli

49 Birmingham Road, West Midlands, B72 1QF

Brewhouse and Kitchen Sutton Coldfield

8 Birmingham Road, Sutton Trinity, West Midlands, B72 1QD

New Hall Hotel & Spa

Walmley Road, West Midlands, B76 1QX

Polar bear Media

5 Manor Road, West Midlands, B73 6EJ

Treatz Sutton Coldfield

113 Parade, West Midlands, B72 1PU

Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee,Wyndley Leisure Centre, Clifton Road, West Midlands, B73 6EB

Appetites Cafe Sutton Coldfield Market Village

65 South Parade, West Midlands, B72 1QU

Sutton fryer ltd

50 South Parade, West Midlands, B72 1QU

Ipho ltd

Unit 9, The Wing Yip Centre, 278 Thimble Mill Lane, West Midlands, B7 5HD

Veggie Master

273a, Beeches Road, West Midlands, B42 2QS

Halloumi Express

Unit 3, 2 Lower Parade, West Midlands, B72 1XX


1 Lower Parade, West Midlands, B72 1XX

Veri Peri

261 Walsall Road, Perry Barr, West Midlands, B42 1TY

Goodfillas Cafe

297 Walsall Road, Perry Barr, West Midlands, B42 1TY

Da Fabiano

605 Washwood Heath Road, West Midlands, B8 2HB

Asian Grill Ltd

91 Park Road, West Midlands, B73 6BT

Titanic restaurant

295 Birchfield Road, West Midlands, B20 3BX

Burger Town

283 Birchfield Road, West Midlands, B20 3DD


5 Lichfield Road, West Midlands, B6 5RW


129 Rocky Lane, Nechells, West Midlands, B7 5EP


19 High Street, West Midlands, B72 1XS

The Cheesecake Shop Birmingham

Unit 18, Fox & Goose Shopping Centre, West Midlands, B8 2EP

Little Dessert Shop

Unit 12 , Fox and Goose Shopping Centre, b8 2ep

The Townhouse

High Street, West Midlands, B72 1UD

Alum Rock Kebab House

48a, Alum Rock Road, West Midlands, B8 1JA

Ziryab Executive Buffet

35-41 Highfield road, b8 3qd


4 Coleshill Road, West Midlands, B36 8AA

Clock Subway

Coleshill Road, West Midlands, B36 8BQ


17 Hollyfield Road South, West Midlands, B76 1NY

Sajid Shahi

123-125, Alum Rock Road, West Midlands, B8 1ND

Pesto Sutton Coldfield

20 Hollyfield Road South, West Midlands, B76 1NX


177 Alum Rock Road, B8 1NJ

Desi Dera

840 Alum Rock Road, West Midlands, B8 2TX

Bashundora Restaurant

Unit 3, The Guildhall, Lichfield Road, West Midlands, B74 2NJ

Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel

Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel , B36 9DE


254-256 Alum Rock Rd, Alum Rock , West Midlands , B8 3BJ

Shahi Masala

8 Burney Lane, West Midlands, B8 2AH


760 Alum Rock Road, West Midlands, B8 3PP


757 Alum Rock Road, West Midlands, B8 3PX

The Boat Inn

The Boat Inn , Old Kingsbury road , West Midlands , B76 9ae

With 100's of places to choose from, there really is a deal for everyone. There's a few places that are not on the list that I have already booked tables at for my family. Like Pizza Hut who have changed their Unlimited Buffet to an Unlimited Bluffet which is very similar with unlimited pizza but delivered to your table instead of self service and this is included in the 50% off offer too. We've booked a table at our local dine in restaurant, Star City. Also Kitty Cafe are doing a special deal of free entry with a main, side, dessert and a drink for just £10 a person which is a great deal. I've booked a table for 3 weeks time there too. Another one I have booked is Afternoon Tea for 2 at the Belfry which was reduced to 2 for £40 in August and is now 50% off that every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday making it now just £10 per person which is a real treat. There's some fantastic deals to be found!

Where ever you decide to eat out this August, I hope you have a lovely time.