Family Fun at McDonald’s UK
As a mum I’ve always seen McDonald’s as a quick, convenient stop off for tea. Our little treat is usually on a Thursday night after gymnastics. It’s on the way home and it’s too late to cook anything once we’ve got back. After all, that’s all that McDonald’s is for right?
Well, no, not anymore.
This summer, McDonald’s have opened up their doors to families and have been putting on free, fun events across the
Getting stuck in
This week Charlotte and I visited a local McDonald’s in Dunchurch and, with some of our friends, got involved in one of their family events. We were greeted outside with bunting and balloons across the store which amped up the excitement and once we got inside, the activities all looked fun too. There was a really good range of crafty bits and bobs laid out. As a magpie for all things arts and crafts, even my eyes lit up with the gorgeous origami paper, sequins and pipe cleaners in an array of different colours. Further
The thing which really made the event more magical was that the staff were great with the kids and seemed to be really enjoying themselves. After speaking with Glynn, the franchise manager, I realised the reason they looked engaged was
Time to eat
We obviously couldn’t go to McDonald’s without getting some food, but what surprised me was the range of children’s food available. As Charlotte is
These family-friendly events are happening at McDonald’s restaurants all across the country, and not just over summer, but over other school holidays and weekends too. We had a great time and will definitely be looking out for other events happening in our area.
For more information or to find out your local participating store, head over to McDonald’s UK website here
This blog post is a paid collaboration with McDonald’s Uk and BritMums