Early birds -at least those in pyjamas or onesies- get a Giraffe style breakfast to beat those winter blues

giraffe Wisbech. Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Mums Sara Gibson and Maddy Aust

giraffe Wisbech. Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Mums Sara Gibson and Maddy Austen looking at the menu. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

A Wisbech restaurant came to the rescue of people struggling after the clocks went back an hour with a dress down breakfast morning.

giraffe Wisbech. Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day. Waiting for their breakfast. Le

giraffe Wisbech. Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day. Waiting for their breakfast. Left: Emily Brighty,Jessie Brighty, Katie Gibson, Jessica Austen and Jacob Austen. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

To make the clocks going back a little easier any customers turning up to the Giraffe restaurant before 11am on Monday still wearing their dressing gowns were invited to tuck into a totally free breakfast.

A spokesman said: “This winning deal should help to calm those winter woes.”

The event attracted people in their pyjamas, onesies and dressing gowns to enjoy the event at Cromwell Road Leisure Park in Wisbech.

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Chloe Greenall enjoying her brea

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Chloe Greenall enjoying her breakfast, Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Staff: Natasha Garner and Louise

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Staff: Natasha Garner and Louise McGuike waiting on Katie Greenall. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Chloe Blake tucks into her break

giraffe Wisbech.Marks The Clocks Going Back with Dressing Gown Day! Chloe Blake tucks into her breakfast. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant


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