Thinking Easter? Think chocolate...and FISH!

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10:01am 12th April 2017
(Updated 10:12am 12th April 2017)

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Easter.  Which means a lot of chocolate...but only as pudding after some quality fish and chips.  Fridays are fish days traditionally anyway, but combine that Friday with a Bank Holiday and you've got Good Friday....which means fish and chips o'clock!

Chris went to chat to Katie ahead of a busy weekend to find out how you can win more chocolate than you could ever manage to eat, and to find out what makes them such a popular fish Friday venue!

 

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