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Grant Sewell wrote:
Ahh, maybe it's different in each individual one. Shame really as the prices are really usually quite reasonable too.On Sun, 21 Mar 2010 19:01:50 +0000 Rob Beard wrote:Grant Sewell wrote:As far as I know this has always been the case at Weatherspoons, it certainly was when my ex was working at one, I used to take our kids down to see her and we'd have lunch, but as soon as we'd finishedWell, we (myself, the wife-to-be and our little'un) went (got there about 4pm-ish) but it seems that unless you're eating there they won't let kids stay. So much for Wetherspoons being family friendly. Maybe next-time we could try for one of the other Wetherspoons? I know the one by the Pavillions is more family friendly. Grant.eating the kids had to go. Not sure if it's the case when sitting outside. RobThis was the first time we'd been told that we couldn't stay with a child unless we were eating. Grant.
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