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lunch3 A Christmas Roast in the Post - online ordering coming soon...
Christmas dinner delivered to your home prepped and ready to eat in 10 – 20 mins depending on how many sherries you drink!
UK DELIVERY: Order quick – cut off Monday 21st midnight (Tuesday 22nd midnight inside M25)
Find out more and see the menus here