The scheme, which was designed to give struggling hospitality businesses a financial boost during the pandemic, saw foodies across the country dine out for a fraction of the usual cost.
The Government picked up 50% of the bill (up to £10 per person) three days a week throughout August.
Figures released today from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs show that more than 106 million meals were claimed for across the UK, totalling over £611 million.
Here’s how the dishes stacked up in Lancashire:
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