Military personnel from Watford and Borehamwood will be treated to free meals at the Toby Carvery this Saturday.

The restaurant chain are providing a free breakfast or carvery meal to serving troops, veterans and reserves across the whole of the British armed forces to celebrate Armed Forces Day.

The offer will be available at the Toby Carvery branches in Aldenham, Watford and Oaklands in Borehamwood, as well as all other sites across the country.

This year, the brand has set its biggest giveaway goal to date, with the Toby 10K Challenge aiming to gift 10,000 free meals on Armed Forces Day.

Last year Toby Carvery saw more than 7,000 meals claimed – and are keen to hit their 10k target this year.

To help achieve this, it is calling on military personnel from across the UK to join them on 29th June and claim their free meal.

To do this, military personnel need to download a voucher on the Toby Carvery website or app and present it in their chosen restaurant along with their military ID*.

Mike Aldridge, operations director and former Royal Marine, said: “Armed Forces Day is the perfect opportunity for us to come together in showing support for our heroes and giving them a huge thank you for their service.

“The response to the offer over the last few years has been absolutely fantastic, and we’re keen achieve our Toby 10K Challenge by hitting our target of serving at least 10,000 free meals to armed forces members.

“We’re proud to support the incredible men and women in the armed forces and a meal on us is just a small way for us to show our gratitude!”